This is an interesting old diner. It has a soda fountain bar with the flat, round stools as well as booths and tables. There is a small town, friendly feel to the place. The servers are friendly and the service is good. The food was quite good for a small and simple restaurant in this area - especially after my disappointment with other area restaurants. I had the vegetarian split pea soup to start. It had a nice, though subtle flavor. Next I had a Caesar salad that had good flavors. For my main course I had blackened chicken with beans and chips. The chicken was very tasty with strong flavors and a real kick. The beans were tangy and tasted great when eaten with the chips. Though I did not have room for dessert, I was told they have great desserts. Looking at the selection of cakes and pies on display seemed to confirm that. The staff was very "down to earth" and "real". The atmosphere was 1950's. Since I was around then, it brought back good memories of times past. Younger travelers may have a different feeling about the décor. I would recommend this restaurant and would return if I am ever in the area again.
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