It's a diner and not a 5-star restaurant, so don't confuse it with tablecloths and candlelight, but for a local homespun "diner-style" restaurant, it is excellent. I call it diner-style, because there are ways it is like a diner and ways it isn't. From the outside, it has that stainless steel look of a diner. On the inside, it looks more like a 1950's period malt shop, with a lot of red and white in the tables, chairs, and decor. The menu is unlike a diner because the choices are somewhat limited, compared to most diners that have 8-page menus with 100 choices. On the other hand, it is like a diner because you can get breakfast anytime. The bottom line is the food is good, reasonably priced and the place looks clean. To add icing to the cake, the wait staff has a great, friendly attitude that really made us feel right at home. Go there.