This is our usual place to go for breakfast. The booths provide a cozy, somewhat private dining experience (but it is difficult for a group larger that 6 to be seated together). The egg dishes, waffles and and traditional breakfast items are all very good. Solid, traditional food. the staff is friendly, but no overbearing. For dinner there is an group of regulars at the small bar, happy hour specials and comfort food. I prefer breakfast or lunch here, I can make meatloaf and pot roast at home, although theirs are very good. the prices are reasonable and modest. There is a rear entrance to the larger parking deck behind. Walk to the center of the restaurant to be seated. Waiting at the either entrance will not get you seated. You see lot so f local residents here who are frequent customers.