This place is always busy. The food is great - have had breakfast and lunch there. Small hometown feeling.
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I'm an old 60's, 70's hippie so how could I not stop at Alice's restaurant. Google it kids..lol So I stopped in around dinnertime. They have a pretty varied menu, good prices. Today they offered 3 specials. One of which is a Fried Rib Dinner....More
We brought out of town guests for breakfast. The restaurant was not overly busy but waitress was more interested in having a personal conversation with other customers than making sure our needs were met. She did refill our drinks when I politely asked her to...More
Step back in time to Grandma’s cooking and a restaurant that is quaint and absolutely wonderful. We loved the home cooking and great atmosphere.
Food is good and the service is okay as well. Not much seating available and we were there during a very busy time.
If you got there when it's not too busy, the service is good and the food is excellent. If you get there on a busy time be prepared for a LONG wait for your order.
Apparently if you’re not a local you can’t eat here. I will say this little place is very busy, but when our party of three came in, they sat us by the front door, we were ignored for over 15 min, long enough to miss...More
Great little meat’n three! Nothing fancy, just good food at a great price with fast, friendly service. Be sure to get a home baked dessert as one of your sides.
Having just moved to High Springs, I felt it was my duty to check out the different restaurants in town. This one is a nice little diner with typical southern/homestyle cooking. I've only been once but the other diners seemed to be regulars and I...More