This place is right out of the 1930s. Big, good breakfasts in a small diner environment. The place is small, and a little claustrophobic but it is a "good old place" for a real american breakfast. You might have to wait a little bit at the morning rush, so try the counter if it is available. I like the breakfasts a lot, and there is usually plenty at a very reasonable price. Since this is a diner, don't expect great atmosphere. It is not a date night spot (actually I don't think they are open expect for breakfast and lunch).
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