We ate here yesterday and it was great. Everything else on the main street is way over-priced. This great little place, hidden in an alley, is unpretentious and well worth the hunt. We created our own sandwiches and the food was great and the service first-rate. The two young ladies running the place are very attentive and we got our food fast. They even have pizza, so it's a nice place for a low cost, tasty lunch. There are 6 tables and restrooms, all in the old Alice's Restaurant of Arlo Guthrie fame. There is a lot of memorabilia from the hippie days, but it doesn't over power the small room.
This is the reincarnation of THE Alice s Restaurant. It is unpretentious, fun, and friendly with honest food at reasonable prices. You can t get anything you want, but what you can get is good and wholesome.
Was looking at all the bad reviews; they are from quite some time ago and I'd have to say things are different at Theresa's now. The service is excellent, as is the food; I'm told the chef is a recent addition. I think it has a great atmosphere and the prices are somewhat reasonable. Desserts are great too. I would definitely recommend it and would definitely recommend the Cuban Panini.
The only thing I enjoyed about this resturant is that as a child of the 60's was that it was the history behind it from the song written by Arlo Guthrie .. Alice's Resturant.. The food was over priced for what it was and not very tasty.. It was great seeing the history from the song of a brillant story teller. But I feel that the owner takes advantage of that and should greatly improve the attitude and the food.. If visiting I would walk in see the history and walk out and eat elswhere...Sad for it attracts us old kids of the 60's for the history and they could make a great profit just add some good food..Cause you can't get any thing you want at formaly Alice's resurant....
DO NOT EAT AT THIS PLACE!!!!! The food isnt that great, the prices are way too high, and the owner, way to arrogant. That guy had an attitude with everyone that walked through the door. He brought my soup first and by the time I got my salad, the soup was ice cold. He didnt even ask us if we wanted any dessert or if he could get us anything else. Seemed like he just wanted to shoo us out the door. The owner really ought to take into consideration that we the customers are what makes his business and he wouldnt be there if it wasnt for us. The all time biggest jerk I ever met. If you want a good restaurant experience, eat someplace else and NOT HERE!
Theresa's cafe is one place that I would not return to . I don't know if it was the owner that was waiting on the tables but he needed his attitude adjusted. if I did not have my grand children with me I would have told him where to go. his rudeness was unbelievable. we watched when four people came in and put two tables together to sit by but they changed thier minds and went out side to sit, this man got mad and started talking to himself ,he got a attitude. when my grandaughter asked for french fries instead of potato chip. and bacon on her grilled cheese, he got a attitude,.the worst was when we went and paid for our meal he got real nasty. I gave him enough money for the tip , he gave me back my tip money said that it wasen't enough. I was in shock I did not know what to say as was my daughter, will never ever go back there. he was that way with most of the customers. I should have got up and just walked out
We thoroughly enjoyed our meal here, which included a sandwich, pizza, soup, and salads. In keeping with the illustrious history, the decor is very modest. The menu combines standards with nice twists. The prices are a bit high, but probably just what one would expect for this tourist-heavy part of Western Massachusetts.
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