Charming, off-beat diner that's frozen in the first half of the 20th century. You'll feel like you've stepped into the 1930s, not only for the decor, but for the genuine warmth of the owner and staff and the largely traditional fare. We stopped in for an ice-cream cone (18% butterfat - a rich mixture by most standards), and found ourselves instantly feeling as though we were among old friends and family. A treasure.
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