Somewhat of a throwback to the past with its quaint decor and hardwood floors it delivers just what it purports to do. The sandwiches are varied, grilled or plain, on a variety of breads of your choice. I had a chicken salad on a croissant as did one of my companions, my wife ham and cheese. All had generous portions and were accompanied by coke products. Our glasses were promptly refilled and our waitress checked on us three times, pleasant and courteous. Although we were there at noon the restaurant (not our first visit) seems crowded with locals and tourists. The staff is plentiful and dashes about the restaurant catering to both the sandwich and ice cream trade. A display of antique ice cream scoops is obvious on entering and the menu board had at least six kinds of soups on it. The waitress will give you the check and you pay at a common register at the counter, they do not accept American Express. A pleasant luncheon experience. Ample off-street parking.
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