This place is my favorite restaurant. My wife and I frequent this spot as often as possible. The "unkempt, rude, unprofessional" chef remembered who we were when we came in two weeks after our first visit. As a hater of corned beef hash she pressured me into trying a bite of her hash, and after refusing several times, I finally succumbed and took a big bite of her home made hash and I now order it every time I come in. I suppose my point is this, do not judge this place based on what it looks like, or your first impression of the service or setup. The first time I went in I was a little shocked, and nervous. It isn't a normal eatery, it is completely and wonderfully unique. Please, do not avoid this place based on a negative review, it is worth at least two tries. The woman who owns and cooks the yolk is by far one of the nicest people you will meet, and on top of that she is one of the best cooks you will ever encounter. The portions are massive as well.
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