This is a great diner in a historical building. The prices were good and the food was great. Highly recommended for breakfast. Good coffee, great potatoes. Everything we had was delicious!
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Interesting local place in a historic house. Friendly service. Food may be overrated as the fish and chips was nearly tasteless. Soup of the day was OK.
Red's is full of character and good food. Upon entering you know this place is legit. The staff is great, working to make sure everything flows quickly so guests can get seated as soon as possible. The food arrives at the table hot and fresh...More