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All I can say in their Wheat Homemade toast was the best I have ever had! The rest of the breakfast was equally good. They actually brown their hash browns too. Service was very good and I will definitely be back.
I recently stopped in for dinner at the Bridge Street Café. I was the only customer after a couple of regulars finished their dinner. I had the daily special (goulash) that was served to me cold and I had to wait for the server and...cook to finish smoking a cigarette on the front porch before they could warm it up for me. Friendly enough place, but I'd think the daily special would be warm. Even after warming it up, it still wasn't that warm.More
This place worked out for a quick lunch while driving around town. The soup was very good. The fish burger was fine. The mistake followed a general rule: Don't order Mexican unless you are in a Mexican; the taco salad was pretty lame. We'd stop...there again for the local culture and well-priced meal.More
Went here for breakfast and ordered hash after I had got my wild turkey. It was a joke in the highest degree and wasn't even hash. They used lunch meat chipped beef, and kraft style sliced wrapped cheese, with some overcooked potatoes which were obviously...left on the flat top grill waaay too long. I kept looking around for the camera to pop out n say you just got punked. I was certain this was a joke. It was the type of food your buddy prepared at 3am after too much to drink night. This was the worst meal I have ever had in a resturant.More