Old school diner. Nothin' sophisticated about it. Pies, burgers, fries, gravy, eggs... the kind of place that never changes. Once in a while, it's a place to satisfy a craving for a tuna melt.
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This is my go to place to eat. Usually lunch after driving from Ct and on my way to Canada. They are open for Breakfast, lunch & dinner. And serve breakfast anytime. Everything is home made. And ask for their bread. They even have day...More
The day after a surprise birthday party, many of us met here to fill ourselves from the nights festivities. We met around 10am on a Sunday. There were 7 in our party to start then more filled in. The waitstaff was very accommodating adding everyone...More
Old Fashioned Diner. Comfort Food. Great Chowder. Ample portions. Reasonable prices. We had a large group (12) and they seated us right away, got all the details of the order correct, and all of us enjoyed our meal. Some had breakfast (served all day), some...More
Stopped in for breakfast while on vacation with my family. We were seated quickly, ordered quickly and food came timely. My husband and I both got omelettes. They were very greasy. Homefries and homemade bread was good. My son had french toast which was good....More
We were traveling south on I-91 and decided to stop at the Cross Roads Restaurant. I had been to this restaurant before, so I knew the quality of the food. This would be the first visit for the other couple. We were quickly seated and...More