Now the food is basic. The place has that 50's diner attitude, but not overdone. The best thing about the place is the view. GRAT place to people watch. If you are visiting, this is THE place to hang for an afternoon. Right on the corner of Cedar Springs and Throckmorton, smack dab inthe middle of boys town.
What is great about this place is the atmosphere and the feel of that neighborhood diner on the corner. The menu has nice variety, but it all seems overpriced and the food itself is on par with other neighborhood diners and burger joints.
Gourmet hamburgers are the specialty in this 1950's style soda shop. Many other selections for dieters and the health concious. Primarily gay clientele but lots buisness people from downtown lunch here as well. Professional, efficient service, dine inside or on the outside patio.
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