All of the burgers are great, onion rings too. Any pie you pick will not disappoint. Every time we're in town for business this is where we stop for lunch.
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This diner has been around for over 100 years and the food is homemade and tastes great. The menu is so varied that everyone can find something they like.
This is one of my favorite throwback eating spots. Large tenderloins that are thick and roll over the bun, hand made onion rings, home made pies, and a menu of other good solid selections . You can park and order curb service or go inside . We opted inside this trip. I took my mom out for a Sunday lunch... More
We have been going to thie Spot for years.good homemade food and fresh pies.we like the tenderloin and the smoked sausage sandwiches,also the vegetable soup.
The cashier was distracted about some shift scheduling problem that we had to hear about during our order. We were supposed to get a 2-for-1 sandwich with our WYSO card, but only got a 10% discount. The fish sandwich had more breading and bun than fish, and don't ask for lettuce--it's an extra charge! The butterscotch pie had a nice... More
The Spot restaurant is a throwback to the days all baby boomers remember so well. The Spot still has a very active drive in with car hops and its old dinner looks make you relive you teenage years. The food is prepared well and the service is fast. You can also eat your lunch or dinner while enjoying the downtown... More
The Spot restaurant has been a fixture in Downtown Sidney for many, many years. They are known for their hamburgers and their pie. The menu includes many other items as well. I recommend Tenderloin sandwich, onion rings and vegetable soup. The restaurant has had a number of well known visitors, including President George W. Bush (there is a burger named... More
When you go to the Spot Restaurant, I was told you have to have the pie! The burger is a staple at this place, so I had that too. Neither was exceptional, but for the price, it couldn't be beat. Total bill for the entire meal, with a side salad and drink, was still $12!!!
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