The Goody Goody Diner, which has been serving up tasty diner food since it was established in 1948, still survives in a location that most of its ... More
Connelly's Goody Goody Diner
The Goody Goody Diner, which has been serving up tasty diner food since it was established in 1948, still survives in a location that most of its contemporaries have long since abandoned. Casual is the theme here, and in a city that is home to relatively few real diners, the Goody Goody is a find. The kitchen serves everything from French toast to a fish cake breakfast and a pork chop platter. There are big salads, including an excellent Greek salad, plus hamburgers, roast beef and country fried steak sandwiches, and, of course, meatloaf. What would a diner be without meatloaf? Or without chili mac, for that matter?
Good food + Good service = Goody Gody Diner. The staff is excellent and care about pleasing their customers. The food is so good it almost makes you feel like your are sinning. The waffles are delicious. Mover over Uncle Bills, IHOP, and Cracker Barrel, Good Goody is in full effect. It's like lays potato chips, you can't eat there just once. They alson have to go service. The only con I can think of is that it closes at two in the afternoon and isn't open on Sundays.
This place is very nice, they serve breakfast food here. Goody Goody has been around for a very long time. over 30 years serving the people up right. Pancakes, waffles, etc... If you come to St.Louis and you have a hardy appetite for breakfast this is the place to be, affordable breakfast that fits your everyday budget and very tasty.
At first glance Goody Goody looks a little bigger than your average hole in the wall greasy spoon, but oh the wonders that wait for those who dare venture inside. If you love fresh off the grill, oven, or frying pan, food that's good whether the crowd is heavy are light, than Goody Goody is the place for you! Their best fair of course is breakfest. The 3 egg omelet slides down your throat like silk. The omelet is so good that although you know you really can't eat the whole thing(it's huge) you attempt to because you just don't want to stop the feelings of pure ecstacy that your taste buds are experiencing. Add to that the best french toast, and a cup of their always fresh coffee and your are in dinner heaven! The service is quick and straight to the point, you are not neglected by the watress but you don't feel smothered by her either, a perfect balancing act! Good service, decent surrendings, and of course excellent inexpensive food...life does not get any better!
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