Raised in a good old fashion diner founded by grandparents who came to America from Greece in 1939, Chris Skodras learned the restaurant business ... More
Eggs Up Grill
Raised in a good old fashion diner founded by grandparents who came to America from Greece in 1939, Chris Skodras learned the restaurant business firsthand from his grandfather and father. From the age of six, Chris spent many hours in the restaurant being mentored by family. The restaurant was the center of his life. As a child, he swept the parking lot and washed dishes for dimes to play the pinball machine, and by the age of 15, he was the short order grill cook. Chris learned the value of hard work and family traditions, and he applied his vast knowledge to open the first Eggs Up Grill with his wife Pat in 1987.
Awesome breakfast..and lunch! Great food and friendly service. The prices are very reasonable. Everything on the menu is delicious. I have not found anything on the menu I don t like. I eat there every chance I get. Definitely a bargain!
Worst breakfast ever! Every item except the over easy eggs were premade and just reheated. The sausage tastes like the frozen brown and serve (freezer burnt and all!), the potatoes were gross, and the sausage and gravy tasted like it was out of a can (metallic!). One tiny glass of apple juice (warm) was 2.95. If you are looking for gooey cheese, fresh veggies, and tasty meat don t order their omelettes! My hubby (who eats everything) couldn t get past the third bite of the gross excuse for an omelette. My daughter got the pancakes, which were disgusting (how do you screw up pancakes?). They tasted like they were frozen and then reheated in the microwave. Worst meal ever!!!