Discovered this gem while walking around Downtown Fort Myers. Excellent service by pleasant ladies. Television overhead while sitting in huge lounge chairs or choose a table along the walls. Ordered iced green tea and oatmeal with bananas and cream plus a bagel with cream cheese, nine bucks total.
Iced green tea in a glass jar with handle, then rest of order appears in a few minutes. Huge paintings for sale by local artists adorn walls, plus vertical glass and wood case containing antiques on one wall. People reading books or on their laptop welcome.
Directly across from government building and next door to antique shop. Street parking only in this walker-friendly area of narrow streets. One of the nicest restaurant I have found, will be back.
First time here on this pleasant Friday afternoon. Quite crowded so had to stand in line a while. Tried their new Cod sandwich, Catholics should always eat fish on Friday. Large buns conceal tartar sauce and generous lettuce around this small fried cod patty that hardly tasted like fish. At four bucks with tax a bit disappointed.
This must be a favorite snowbird and senior spot as most diners were older than me, glad they are here. Had just run out of napkins when getting my drink, the lunch rush. It’s in front of shopping center just north of the US 41 bridge from Downtown Fort Myers.
Dropped in for breakfast just before Christmas, it was early morning so few people there. I was immediately greeted and seated, then ordered their silver dollar pancakes and hash browns.
In a few minutes get three pancakes much larger than silver dollars, plus a few round hash browns. Opted for lemonade this time.
So glad this chain is around, enjoy their retro-diner decor and ambiance.