Eclectic clientel mix from business suits to beggars. Dry toast arrived buttered, eggs over hard arrived with runny yolks. On the plus side, the wheat pancakes were excellent, the prices are reasonable, and it's open 24 hours.
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This is one little restaurant we have gone to in the past but the food seemed different this time in not a good way. Too much fried with almost no other options.
24/7 cafe style. Breakfast served all day. Standard fare food. Service a bit slow but only one staffed as hostess, server and money collector. Very unfair on her part! Many daily specials and you can find other food if breakfast is not your cup of...More
We were heading out to another breakfast spot when we happened upon the George Webb Restaurant right outside of the Hyatt Regency. Breakfast was delicious, coffee was plentiful, and service was friendly. Spouse enjoyed the Meat Lover's Skillet, which was fuel for the whole day....More
Great food, not a huge space, painfully slow service. Perfect for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Historic old diner on 3rd St.
First things first. This is not haute cuisine! If that is what you're looking for, look someplace else. This is a good basic diner in the manner of Dennys, Waffle House, etc. We had a nice breakfast served promptly and with courtesy.
We waited for more than 15 minutes before being seated. It took another 15 minutes before coffee were served. Service with a smile. She might woke up on the wrong side of the bed. Customers are not welcome.
Thank you. The neighborhood a little sketchy, but service more authentic than the local Capital Grille!
Ate here while staying at the Hyatt nearby. I can't stand hotel food and prices. This was nearby so thought we would try it. The first morning service was really slow. They will will fix to go orders and the staff is about the right...More