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As the title says, it’s a super tiny (cozy) spot, but my sandwich’s were big of flavor! We got the brisket and The Orchard.
I was surprised but how small they were, especially for $9 each. I wish they were bigger because they tasted so...More
My daughter found Jack's Place by accident and just had to take us there while we were visiting her. It's a wonderful find!! If you love intimate, old school, home cooking diners this is the place for you! It's tiny!! We counted all of the...More
Seating for six, I’d guess, this is a tiny little place that serves a nice breakfast. It was just as humid inside as out, so we chose to eat on the patio. We both ordered a ham and cheese omelette and they were excellent. Fluffy...More
We stumbled across Jack's while trying to find somewhere to grab a sandwich while on a visit to the Torpedo Factory.
It really is very small but very friendly. Good choice of sandwiches although we were just too late to have breakfast. They have something...More
What a great little spot. Cheap as chips and a real local atmosphere. What I have always imagined an American diner to be like. Breakfast is your basic bacon, eggs, omelette etc.. Nothing flash but tasty.
absolutely love how teeny this place is. granted, we had to wait about 10 minutes to be seated but it didn't matter to us because our orders were taken right away and the vibe inside was homey - people were kind of talking to everyone,...More
Over the years, this "restaurant" -- a little hole in the wall has had several owners. It is very "greasy" and very well earns the name of a "greasy spoon." Good for breakfast. Lunch?? Not open for dinner.
We found this wonderful little place through Trip Advisor. This is a small breakfast/lunch place with a small counter, four inside tables and a few more outside. People have used the term "hole in the wall" but it is so much more than that! Breakfast...More