What can I say. This place is a gem. Established in 1948, this place has nostalgic charm and amazing food. Quaint and busy it is worth the trip to eat here. Word of advice, don’t try and steal Nancy’s blue pen.... :)
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The Good: authentic, local, value, Home Made Pie The Bad: not much This is a real deal old school diner. It’s not far from large roads and the neon is bright. The exterior is a little worn but there is plenty of parking. Inside is...More
I was driving around looking for a place that either was 24 hours or opens early, then I remembered Schmucker's. I ordered a Ham and Cheese Omelet. It was good. Service was also good. Restroom was clean.
We came off I80 to have something to eat other than fast food. The direct drive took only about 10 minutes out of our way. Choose from hefty sandwiches to chicken and biscuits. All like Mom use to make! Don't forget about the pies! Comfort...More
Usually crowded and food average. The service is reasonable Parking is iffy. I like the pies. Seems more popular than it should be. Seems to be a cult favorite. I only go if a person I'm with wants to go and never a primary or...More
I been coming here for over 30 years great food-service wasn't very good tho! Pie was the bomb tho chocolate peanut butter pie. My wife roast beef was very dry! I asked for a side of gravy with my fries never got it asked for...More
I'll drive past the corporate places to find gems like this one. There is a chemistry with the place, staff, and the food that you would never get in restaurant that is not 100% involved. We stopped for lunch on Saturday at 2:30, and only...More