We were looking for an informal dinner spot that didn't have arches, pigtails, or crowns. Angie's Diner sounded like a promising spot in town and far from the freeway. The promise was fulfilled! On arrival we were one of the few parties in the restaurant and spent some quality time talking with Angie and her husband. On her recommendation I ordered a beef dip sandwich with meat that had been simmering four hours in flavorful broth. It was good, very good. Others in the party ordered burgers, which were apparently equally good. Some excellent battered -- not breaded -- onion rings were among the sides. They were so good we ordered more. When it was time for dessert ice cream was the obvious choice. Not content with a simple sundae I ordered a banana split. Angie's husband personally created a dairy work of art that tasted as good as it looked, because Angie serves up top quality ice cream.
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