Went to this gem for lunch and all got a maid rite which was Fantastic as always. Shared some fries and a coke. The servers here are outstanding and very friendly. Great restaurant for breakfast also
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I frequent the 50's Diner weekly with friends. We have as few as 4 in our party, and more often 8-10. The breakfast hour seems to be the busiest and the breakfasts are very good, but not necessairly of the Egg Harbor or LePeep type....More
I really enjoyed our meal there. Our two year old puked at the table and the staff rushed to our assistance. Seven stars if possible.
We came here for breakfast. The breakfast menu was good with a variety of omelets and egg preparations, as well as pancakes, French toast, etc. The prices were very good, especially considering the size of some of the specialty choices - a skillet with eggs,...More
I'm still sick from the PATHETIC and AWEFUL steam burger we had 2 days ago. The bread was stale, the burger loose meat was dry, unsavory, and crunchy. It was as if the left overs at the bottom of pan were scrapped out and served...More
Please note that this visit was on a Sunday and the place was packed. But... We stopped here for breakfast. We typically very much enjoy the 50's Diner breakfast after church. This visit was not good. First, the table, which had just been bussed, was...More
This used to be part of the Maid Rite chain. Same great food after the change. The service was friendly and the food doesn't disappoint. Try the breakfast anytime of the day! The lunch and dinner foods are good as well. The old 50's look...More
I only went there for the loose meat sandwich.It Was very big next to your average burger joint.Beats the original made rite in springfield to pieces.crinkle cut fries are the norm. restaurant and gift shop.