Every dish that we have ordered has been great. The chili and the soups are great. Reminded me of home cooked items.
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This is an antique store with a diner in the back. It's laid out simple enough, each vendor seems to have their own little cubicle sized areas to stage their items, and then the tags are numbered so that the sales person knows which cubicle...More
This restaurant is in the back of a store. The food is good and the prices are reasonable. Very friendly atmosphere
We've stopped in here a few times over the past few years but this time we ate at the little diner inside. It was great. The milkshakes are amazing and it's just a fun menu with good food. The women working there really hustle. It...More
We are glad this storefront space is being used. The antiques and the lunch counter seem like a good match for local traffic. However, on the Saturday lunchtime we were there, no one was browsing the antiques. Bored looking people jammed the booths at the...More
The establishment inside England'ers that serves food is called "Dottie's Grill and Soda Fountain". They have the best tasting bacon and I asked what brand it was and was informed "Kunzler". Guess what bacon brand I'm buying for home now? Yep, you got it! I...More
We went here bc my dad wanted buckwheat pankcakes, which he got. The food is great, you can really tell everything is home made, service was great!
Very interesting place, especially if you like the 50s. Old time soda fountain. A group of us had breakfast. Pancakes were big and tasty. French Toast looked and tasted scrumptious. God quantity of food for the price. Staff was friendly, but couldn't easily keep up...More