Nice layout - a throw back to the 1960s. But the food was greasy: too much mayo on the sandwiches. Low cost, but also low quality.
Stopped in on a whim on way to Gettysburg Battlefield around 0600. Had scrambled and rye toast the waitress reminded me that they have hash browns. toss em right in. Good meal. the place was a little surreal at that time of a Saturday morning. Two kids in a corner looked like they just rolled in from all night bender.... More
My girlfriend and I took a chance on this place. We stopped here for lunch while traveling to Washington, DC. From the outside, Wolfes doesn't look like much, and that's an understatement. Once inside, you'll find a clean, well-kept diner staffed by friendly, clean-cut staff. The food is very good and extremely reasonable. I ordered a bowl of chili ($2.15)... More
I remember some of these 50's era diners and Wolfe's fits the bill. It seems there are always cars parked in front and I've been meaning to stop in. Finally had a chance and enjoyed the experience from the orange/yellow vinyl booths, counter with stools, daily specials on the white board and all day breakfast. Wholesome food, good service, and... More
We recently dined at Wolfes Diner. The atmosphere is quaint and nostalgic however the food is just average. Our waitress, a small older woman with short blonde hair, was very friendly and attentive and our service was great. The place could be a little cleaner. The price of the food was very reasonable. We both had full meals and including... More
the breakfast deals are amazing (even though they were out of rye toast the morning we were there!) love the two eggs (over easy for me; scarmbled for hubby), crispy home fries and toast for a price i couldn't compete with at home... Miss the good ole days when our FAVORITE waitress, Cindy was there, but she's serving the folks... More
Old time diner feel. Average food, great service, and exceptional prices. Desserts looked awesome but we were too full to try any. Bring cash, this diner does not accept creit/debit cards.
Not picky eaters, my husband and I frequent diners for some good homemade food. Our first clue that we were in the wrong place was when we walked in through two front doors propped open with cement ash receptacles. Once inside, we noted that a side door was propped open as well. This was not a case where it may... More
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