Serving good food and great bakery items, Tebo's has been there since 1954, and I'm not sure it has changed much since then!
I had never been in a restaurant like this. You grab a tray and order at a cafeteria-style line. Then you can add in a salad or soup. At the end of the line, a cashier rings up your order, and places little "signs" on your tray. Then you find a table and wait for your order to arrive.
Ours came in stages, and each time something was delivered, the person took away the sign that matched the item. Another employee circled around and removed empty plates. The employees are dressed sort of like service station attendants from a half-century ago, in white pressed pants and short sleeved shirts. The building design is very dated, but pleasant enough.
Anyway, the food is nothing fancy, but good. I had a pastrami sandwich ($5) and my husband had a New York steak. He said his was exceptionally good, and good sized, for only $15. His dinner included a baked potato and we ordered a side of veggies.
The menu selections includes hamburgers, sandwiches, salads and a few full dinners. A variety of side dishes are available. They are famous for their wide selection of bakery items, but we didn't have dessert.
Tebo's is definitely old fashioned, but has good food at a reasonable price. It deserves 3.5 dots.
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