This is a small old fashioned real metal diner as in the 50's and 60's. The decor is that of the same, green tiled with diamond shaped tile decor with a counter with stools and with small coin operated juke boxes at every booth. A neon billboard streaming biblical New Testament passages was visible under the board displaying assorted specials. They serve breakfast all day and open at 6. The menu is standard diner fare with specialities of frankfuters and chili. The complete breakfast of two eggs, hash browns (with onions) corned beef hash and choice of toasts @ $8.95was described as some of the best hash browns and corned beef hash served in the area. Unfortunately, The grilled cheese on rye with bacon at $5.25 was skimpy and not as good. 'Despite a request for extra crispy bacon, it was limp, no choice of cheese was offered and the sandwich came with American cheese. Tomato was extra. Water with lemon (thin slice)had a $.25 surcharge. Others seemed to be enjoying their two hot-dog with sauerkraut plates and very large pancake plates. Prices for the menu offerings seemed high for the neighborhood. Parking off the main road was adequate. Service was OK.