Came in before six a few mornings ago after a long absence. Two friendly pleasant hostesses serving a busy place, one of them says sit anywhere you want. Another shows up immediately with a menu and asks what to drink, coffee please.
She mentions that they are getting up in the world with their ordering tablets, they definitely are. Ordered my usual ham omelet and home fries, which appeared in less than five minutes with a huge helping of potatoes. Coffee cup reloaded at least twice.
This staple of South St Pete has been packing them in for decades, and I’m not surprised why. Opens at 5 AM.
Came in on an early morning last week, pleasant friendly service in a clean quiet dining room. This is consistent will all their locations I’ve been to.
Ordered the three silver-dollar pancakes for a buck and a half plus three of their dollar breakfast tacos. Coffee mug reloaded three times at least. Their retro interior and golden oldies music is always welcome.
Unfortunately they are now starting breakfast at six, so it’s the dinner menu before then.
Came in just before 10 yesterday morning, just in time for their $5.95 breakfast special. Was instantly guided to a table when walking in, the morning rush was apparently over.
All wood interior with Florida-themed artwork adds to the Old Florida fishing village atmosphere, quite nice
Got two scrambled eggs and two sausage patties plus home fries in about five minutes. Along with that you get two decent size pancakes. Coffee cup reloaded three times by gracious friendly staff.
This was the only restaurant along the downtown waterfront, at the corner of Indian River Drive and Seaway Drive.