Open Hours: Monday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Tuesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Wednesday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Thursday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Saturday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM, Sunday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM - Takeout: call after 9am, pick up at 11am or after
Love this place. Fresh, yummy salads and warm, comfort foods. Service is good and the prices are just right so on nights we don t want to cook, it s Hey, honey; wanna go o the Grill? Be sure to order a malt. Our favorite so far is the coffee mocha, but they re all great and huge. Go once and you ll be back again and again.
Best burgers, pot pies, Sunday Dinners, and desserts in the Metro! Dinner with a soda and a dessert is about $15 per person. Food never disapoints! Servers are dressed as 50's girls and the atmosphere is so much fun. One caution, this place gets busy so you often have to wait a few minutes for a table and if you have a group more than 5, it might be a good idea to call ahead.
The best restaurant in the North Metro with amazing homemade, from scratch food and dessert. Try any of the shakes/malts and you'll understand why they have a whole area for this. You can even buy some of their food to take home for later. My recommendation, try the bread and ranch as an appetizer; the ranch is old fashioned melt-on-your-tongue goodness.
Wow, everything was homemade here! The menu was large, prices good. It was like getting comfort food in a 50's dining room. Lots of great music and servers. We will go back. Its a jewel in Brooklyn Center.
I love old 50's diners, so tonight my little girl and I stopped in while we were in the neighborhood. She had the Chicken Pot Pie, which was as good as they suggested. Their meatloaf that I ordered was good, too, but I still like my Mom's recipe better. To each their own. Everything was good... nothing was superb. Portions were small or simple for the price.
The ambience lacked. Diners should be FUN! The old checkerboard floors were great, but the booths were too modern to tie in with the old movie posters. The place was LOUD. But it should have been more dishes and service noise than people on their cell phones.
The French Silk pie (homemade on site) is absolute heaven for a chocoholic like me!!! SOOOO much better than in that national chain place...
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