I would score this restaurant first on friendliness, second on food, third on ambience. The ambience is that of a greasy spoon diner. It is small with only five booths and four tables in a dining room about 20x20 feet, and the entryway takes up about 5x6 of that. The food was good. It wasn't spectacular, but we were not looking for spectacular. However, the friendliness of the staff was what made the difference. Very friendly, attentive, and easy to engage in conversation. We would probably go again when we return.
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