We stopped for lunch and the veggie burger was great and so was our service! Emily was so bubbly and was very attentive!!! Would recommend!
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I had pot roast (excellent). My wife's cheeseburger was under cooked; they gave us another to go, but it was also under cooked. Well done means no red !! The cherry cokes were good, had old-fashioned cherry juice. Recommended minus our burger !
Lackadaisical service. Only one muffin, made the day before, was available at 8am. Not the cleanest. I wouldn't bother to stop here again. It's OK if you need a place for breakfast and are passing by.
We chose this place for an early lunch. Arrived at 11:00 AM on a Monday and it took nearly 15 minutes to be seated. Busy? not! There was about 25% of the tables with seated customers with 3 servers running around and being totally useless! We had our order taken in a reasonable amount of time then it took nearly... More
We stopped here for a quick lunch after the Polar Caves, and it took a while to get service. The food was decent, and priced reasonably - about what to expect from a diner-like joint. The ice cream stand is also okay, but again the service was slow. I think this was an exception rather than the norm.
We visited Plain Jane's after visiting the polar caves, mainly because it was the closest restaurant to us. The food was typical diner food and was about $10 a meal plus drinks. My wife tried the buffalo burger since it was something she has never tried and enjoyed it. It wasn't crowded but it seemed to take a long time... More
The atmosphere is pretty good (clean, lots of 50's era chroms), price is about right, but the food is the "throw it in the fryelator, take it out, drop it on a dish" type food. I also had a Reuben, which I generally love, but they sliced the meat way too thick so any fat became chewy. Service was a... More
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