Another flea market, antique store. If you're in downtown Oakland, sure, but don't come just for this place.
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The establishment inside England'ers that serves food is called "Dottie's Grill and Soda Fountain". They have the best tasting bacon and I asked what brand it was and was informed "Kunzler". Guess what bacon brand I'm buying for home now? Yep, you got it! I...More
Very interesting place, especially if you like the 50s. Old time soda fountain. A group of us had breakfast. Pancakes were big and tasty. French Toast looked and tasted scrumptious. God quantity of food for the price. Staff was friendly, but couldn't easily keep up...More
When we saw the old-fashioned lunch counter, our first question to the server was "Do you have a real soda fountain?" When the answer came back "Yes", we knew we had found something special. We took my 90-year-old father here because he was stuck in...More
We weren't sure we were in the correct place when we walked into what is an antique shop but tucked in the back was a simple diner with both counter seats and table/chairs. The service was friendly, the food was excellent and the prices fair....More
My wife & I stopped here before looking at a property in the area. We both grew up when Peoples Drug Stores & Woolworths had lunch counters. You could sit at the counter or counter/booth and watch the food being prepared. Dottie's is just like...More
Visited on a recommendation. This building used to be a drug store with counter service. Now it is an antique store with counter service and some booths and tables. The menu looked interesting, so I ordered Buckwheat pancakes and sausage. My grandson ordered a hotdog...More