To step inside the St. Clair is step back into the Fifties. You are greeted by lots of Formica and stainless steel, comfy dining booths with plush vinyl benches and a long lunch counter with well-cushioned round red bar stools.
The walls are covered with lots of Fifties memorabilia, including classic cars with the big tail fins, vintage Coca-cola ads, and old 45 rpm records.
The menu is also straight from the Fifties, with prices so low you'll think you have indeed stumbled over the time-space continuum. There are lots of sandwiches in the five dollar range, Full course meals are in the ten dollar range, with homemade soup, salad or juice to start, a nice meat or fish entree, and a choice of desserts.
A group of six of us came for a recent lunch. We were led to a large table at the back, seated, our orders taken, and food brought out with no delay. Everyone seemed very pleased with their meals and especially with the reasonable prices. There's nothing fancy here, but lots of good solid food that won't break the bank.
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