It was what it says a great cafe not a restaurant girl waitress was helpful friendly and quick and well cooked meal was reasonably priced.
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This little place on the corner of Washington and Essex Streets in Salem MA is the quintessential breakfast place. Big portions, local color, great food. Sit by the window and watch the world go by! highly recommended!
I dined at Fountain Place this weekend with my Girl Scout troop during a visit to Salem. We were all hot and tired and downright hangry when we discovered that our planned dining location was not open. We discovered Fountain Place totally by accident... and...More
So stopped by during lunchtime on a Saturday. Food was great and service was amazing. We enjoyed it so much our kids wanted to go back. So while walking around on Monday in the rain we headed in. It was busy, food was so so,...More
My sister and I went for an overnight to Salem. We found this place when we got there. We met John Boris on the way in--he has his own table there. He welcomed us to Salem and was very friendly. We had lunch--burger and fries....More
I ate at the Fountain Place on a chilly, damp March day. As soon as I walked in I felt warm and welcomed. There were lots of delicious sounding items on the menu. I chose clam chowder and a Swiss and mushroom burger. The service...More
Tons of omlettes choices, great coffee, home fries were fantastic! They served up huge portions. Service was excellent and on a Thursday morning, we were the only ones in the place.
I know tourists like the typical overpriced food, but really, if you are going to travel you really should go where the locals go. There is a reason those places are open and always busy. Well, this is one of those places. You really should...More
I look forward to going to this restaurant - it's a real treat and reminds me of diner food. Not 'those' diners in New England but the fine one's you find around New Jersey/New York. Holly is spot on the best in customer service. And...More