Slow service, and I saw a dog in the kitchen area. Never again. Many other better options in this area.
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Can get busy. A locals restaurant for the most part. Multi-generational customers, from senior citizens to young children. Good restaurant for singles, couples, families. They all fit in. Basic interior. Clean men's room. Lots of breakfast and lunch menu items. I got a chicken wrap...More
Everyone was very friendly, starting with the hostess who was able to accommodate seven of us right away,up to the waitress who was patient and helpful with our food choices. Food good.
My wife and I love this place. We can sit outdoors with our pooch, yes they are dog very friendly. We eat at the Red Fox on average 3 times a week. We typically order a Hamburg for our large Pomeranian. I have the avocado...More
Great place to go for breakfast when you don’t feel like cooking or for any other reason. Good food and ambiance. Interesting pictures on the walls of how Deerfield/Pompano/Lighthouse Pt. used to look like.
Restaurant is very busy- had to wait about 10 min to be seated at 9:00 am on a Sat morning. Restaurant does have wheelchair ramp for those needing it. Food was bland, not really seasoned. Cramped seating, they definitely people packed in like sardines, table...More
Seriously, get a new coffee pot. 1 cup of bitter coffee...yewww. obviously creatures of habit return for the breakfast???? Don't close your eyes and think you're in a real deli...stay home and microwave Jimmy Dean
The breakfast here so so gross, one piece of processed cheese on a cold piece of bread with one piece of bacon is NOT a breakfast sandwich....just a place for old crows to complain. NO good food here.
We were staying at the Marriott Hotel & Resort in Pompano Beach, and decided to try this diner instead of paying $25+ a person for Sunday brunch. This diner is great! Service was good, and the menu is interesting and fun - and the food...More
We're glad that you found us and that you enjoyed your meals. Hope you had a fun trip in Pompano Beach. Patty Petrone