A lovely quaint cafe.. great for poorboys and a portion of fries. Large portions of food. Friendly service with a day special board. Shame no coffee on offer, a lot of cafes don't in America ..
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The plate lunches were sold out by 1:30, so they must have been good. Settled for the sandwich of the day- chicken Caprese. The half sandwich probably had more than a whole chicken breast sliced in it, with mozzarella and mixed greens and tomatoes. Great...More
Terrible. Get near the kitchen early and you can smell the rotten seafood. They only use he cheapest of meats and the bread isn't actually fresh. The fountain drink machine smells sour. To many other places with good and fresh ingredients o choose from.
Great food! Great Atmosphere. Call in or dine in. Friendly customer service. Had the Old Tyme Special bo-boys.. it was HUGE. and french fries were a good portion too. The plate lunches look great and will try them on my next few visits. note: cash...More
Shrimp Poboys are great. Shrimp are plump are fried to perfection. Wish they were open at night. Very casual old building. They also have plate lunches.
I usually get the shrimp po boy which is outstanding and the whole one will feed 2. I love sitting in to eat, such an old fashioned atmosphere. I tried the roast beef po boy once, didn't like the meat... tasted like processed deli style...More