The food was average. I loved the retro look, but the fabric on the booths was very worn. Very busy area, so parking was not the best.
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I've been coming here since the early 1960s and they never disappoint. I've brought generations of friends and family, and have nothing but fond memories of each visit. It's always crowded, but the wait is never too long. Friendly, efficient, and tasty. They must be...More
Very busy restaurant but fast service. Good portions. I would recommend this for families and business meetings.
Twohey's has been a staple in the neighborhood for as long as I can remember. Originally, it was family owned, but that has changed. There is a wide menu selection and the food can always be counted on to be very tasty. Prices are reasonable.
Hadn't been to Twoheys in over 15 years and wanted to check it out. Space is clean and spacious. Our server was friendly and helpful. I had the Greek Salad, which was plentiful for lunch. The peach cobbler was excellent! Parking here is a challenge....More
I've wanted to visit Twohey's for a while based on their amazing vintage neon sign! It's fantastic! The inside was also very nice. It is a much larger place than it looks because there a second large room in the back. The service was excellent!...More
This restaurant has been around for some time now, and it always seems busy when I am there. The food was very good along with the service. The price I paid for breakfast was normal, and I saw that they did offer specials.
My parents love this place. I can't for the life of me figure out where. It's been a fixture in the neighborhood for as long as I can remember. They must be doing something right. But they sure missed the boat with our breakfast. Eggs...More
Before class nearby, the hubs and I have a quick meal, and nearby was Twohey's. I can't count how many times we've driven by -- on the way home from work, just driving, etc. We arrived at about 6 p.m. and there were only handful...More