With a location close to Doubleday Field, sports on the big screen, and an outdoor setting, it seemed like the perfect spot to have some ball park food. We were a bit disappointed by the limited menu out front, but figured they must do simple food really well... so we went in.
It took a while for the waitress to take our order, and when we did get our food, the cheeseburger and pulled pork sandwich we had weren't out of the ordinary. My girlfriend said her burger was cold, in fact. It cost us $2.50 each to upgrade to fries from potato chips and the portion wasn't even anything you'd get a McDonalds. What was advertised as a pickle was merely a small slice of a pickle too. It certainly wasn't your best barbecue burger. Bottled beer was $5.
The All American Cafe has the potential to be everything you like about baseball food in a baseball town, but it seemed too much like average stadium food at high, high prices. To use a baseball term, it seemed like a change-up to us. We couldn't resist the delivery, but we'll be one-time customers and I suspect that's what this restaurant is geared toward.
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