In the late 80's, I enjoyed Elmer's because they projected a "small town diner" atmosphere and attitude. For whatever reason, they gradually became just another large D-style restaurant serving "pigeon" eggs and low quality ham and my visits came to a stop. Passing through Salem, I exited I-5 to get a bite to eat. With little to choose from, I somewhat reluctantly settled on Elmer's. Boy, was I happily surprised. The Elmer's I loved and remembered was still alive in Salem. I enjoyed a hearty breakfast and the most pleasant server I experienced in quite awhile. I never once had to ask for a beverage refill and she must have checked back a half dozen times during our meal-even though the place was packed. As I looked around while I ate, I saw many customers responding to the good food and excellent customer service. Definitely worth a stop!
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