Watch carefully for this long brick building. The sign wasn’t lit the night we went. It’s a remodeled diner, updated, fresh, with an original bar countertop, and an additional serving room at the end. Furnishing are contemporary without being pretentious. As the photo aptly demonstrates, our server, Nina was a delight with her lively, sense of humor, a vivaciousness that makes you want to come back.
We shared a pizza with fried green tomatoes, bacon, and lettuce and tomato. Delicious. Excellent thin crunchy crust. And my wife went for dessert of the pumpkin ice cream.
Ideological point: All Souls works hard to source local ingredients by season. Props.
Arrive early, as you can run into wait times later in the evening.