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"A cozy neighborhood breakfast/lunch cafe that features typical American breakfast items. Excellent service that is fast and attentive, The omelets were notable, although all the food is tasty and of consistant preparation and quality. If ordering biscuits and gravy I would suggest getting the half-o..."rder since a full order is probably too much for the average eater. Portions are good-sized and present a good value. A fun, relaxed place to eat. Decor could best be described as American Eclectic with a focus on the early-to-mid 20th century. Lots of assorted period items adorn the walls and ceiling. The owner is often around assisting the wait staff and always inquires to make sure the customer had a satisfactory experience.This, overall, is one of those hidden little gems you will want to go back to over and over. I intend to do just that.
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"We used to visit this restaurant often when we lived closer. We loved going and considered it a special splurge worth the $ and worth the drive. Since moving a bit away its been about a year since we last visited. The menu changed and we missed certain items. It seems the price of meals has drop..."ped dramatically and with that the portions are smaller. I would always get the olive encrusted rib eye steak- which is no longer available. I had no problem spending over $25.00 for the meal as it was absolutely delicious! This trip I ordered the salmon which was only $12. This piece of salmon was tasty but so small and hidden under the mound of sweet potato fries.
We had a great server and the food was good. I just don't feel we will make that special effort to head to Red White & Brew again.
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"This is one of those places you have to enjoy for what it is - a spectacle - and not just the food! The world's largest Wurlitzer organ (their claim) plays for 40 minutes of each hour starting about 5PM. It's just an incredible sound and show as the organ plays and all sorts of automated percussi..."on instruments chip in.
Pizza is the specialty of the house, but there are a few other simple meals and a salad bar. Soda, beer and wine are reasonably priced, and there is ice cream for desert. The pizza is better than average and a decent size for the price.
This really is a place to be experienced. Don't expect gourmet dining - it is self service - but do expect to leave feeling full and well entertained. This really is a must, especially if you're already in the East Valley
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