This place is just like "Cheers." The owner, Kevin, stops by every table, gets to know you, even gives you a nickname. Next time you visit, it's "Hey, how are you, how've ya been!" The breakfasts are your basic diner food, reliable and tasty. Try the Vermonter, my personal favorite. Lots of veggies. And if you're going low-carb, Kevin is willing to swap sliced tomatoes for the toast. The fruit medley is a nice addition. Lunch and dinner? The fish and chips, the burgers, and whatever home-cooking type item is on special come highly recommended. I wish Kevin would add a fancy coffee option at breakfast, and offer his own Vermont real maple syrup as an option. I'd be willing to pay the up charge. But this isn't fancy dining, it's a nice family-oriented restaurant, with TVs in every corner.
Posted: 10/29/2010 • Link to this review