Very friendly staff. If you do eat here there potatoe salad is to die for! I had the yum- yum sandwhich cooked with everything on it, adn I loved it. It was to die for!We chatted with a few locals who said the have came once a week for the last 30 years. It has been around since the 70's. The location is not in the perfect place, it was very ghetto. Actually saw a homeless man standing right outside asing us for money when we walked up. They do take out and dine in, Over all I would eat here over and over again
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