There are the want food kinds of establishments and there are the need food kind of establishments. This would be a need food kind of establishment. It's inexpensive and has decent service however the food is lacking in flavor.
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The rains had let up and I saw the sign on the freeway "San Dimas" and I had to pull in to see what this California Western Town had to offer. The main street has two places to eat and every type of antique shop...More
My husband has been going to Roadys for over 30 years! Good service, great coffee, good prices. Nice selection for breakfast and lunch.
We discovered this little gem before heading to the Fairplex for a car show. What a find. Tee folks love what they are doing and it shows. The service is quick and sassy while the food is well crafted and delicious. I will be back...More
We've been coming here for 23 years. I happened in one day while exploring my new neighborhood in 1994. There was an amazing gal named Pat with the most beautiful blue eyes. She made me feel so at home and welcomed. We came back and...More
Wow! Hard to find good dining at affordable prices with home style cooking and friendly customers service, but roll into "Roady's" in rustic downtown San Dimas and you will be seated, served and satisfied-that's a PROMISE!
A throwback to yesteryear! This 70+ year old restaurant pays homage to the days when the customer was king/queen and the owner/chef took pride in offering home-made, high quality food! Great place for the whole family! Prices are very reasonable, food quality is excellent and...More
My Husband and I eat here occasionally with the couple we met through. I have been here for supper in the past with our friends' dad and they do lovely mains, but this was all about breakfast. My Husband had scrambled eggs, bacon (they did...More
Honest and good food. Simple old fashioned menu. Great breakfast is served by a cheerful and courteous staff. Prices are very reasonable. A gathering place for locals. Best description I can give is: a 50's diner without the cheap plastic facade that describes the wanna...More