We stopped once for ice cream and saw so many people having dinners that we came back. The hostess tried to seat us in a back corner at a table for six right at the swinging door to the kitchen. We requested one of the empty tables towards the front. She wasn't happy but accommodated us. We were served the freshly baked rolls and waters as soon as we were seated. Our waitress told us about the specials and we decided on the grilled fish. The entrees are served with soup or salad, vegetable of the day and a choice of potato. Sounds good - but the salad is out of a bag; the soup was over salted; the main course presentation was a small portion of zucchini with a piece of carrot, baked potatoes that came out of the microwave, and a nice size portion of grilled fish. One of the potatoes was not quite cooked through. Our server was appropriately attentive. The food is filling and inexpensive which may explain why so many eat there. This is an old fashioned ice cream parlor that dates back to 1914 or so. Original marble soda fountain; probably original chairs and tables, original tile floor, etc. Worth a visit to see it. Go for the ice cream specialties not the dinner or lunch unless you are on a tight budget. The ice cream was very nice and it was fun seeing it.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.