1001 W Grace St, Richmond
Great atmosphere, friendly staff, quick service and the food was on point ?? great selection to choose from with big portions and breakfast served all day. 5 stars ⭐️ and affordable??
A decent place to get good diner food - would definitely be back when we're in need of a greasy spoon kinda thing
Very affordable, tastes great. Didn't have to wait long for food.
Bland food and mimosa came in a pitcher with ice. Wouldn’t stop in here again.
Absolute staple of Richmond. Food is great, service is great
I remember hanging out here in the mid 80s at it's looking cation across the street, it was an iconic c, local mainstay. I have finally made it to this new version over 30 years later, and I was not disappointed. The staff is quirky as ever, and I had the best cheeseburger since forever. Glad I made it back 2 generations later
Some of the best food in Richmond. I used to come here every Saturday with a friend of mine to get the Oreo Pancakes. The service is always good. Only downside is you have to search for parking but the struggle is worth it.
Great little place with a menu the size of a book! Everything you’re craving in one restaurant. Burritos, subs, pizzas, pastas, pancakes, salads, and hundreds more. Loved it and will definitely return
Anytime I am traveling, I always check out the virgin Bloody Mary's. Combined with a good lunch and a good milkshake, the food was excellent. Our waitress was attentive to my needs. Being that I have high functioning autism, I had a lot of questions and they were answered without hesitation. Overall, if I lived here, I would be here on a daily basis. Bravo Zulu on a job well done. If anyone cannot have alcohol like me, ask for a virgin bloody Mary. You won't regret it.
Stopped by for lunch... very good meal. Lobster bisque (good, but kinda average), very nice shared plate of fried mushrooms before I got a Reuben sandwich (very good sandwich served w/side of FANTASTIC fries). My fiancé had the beef and cheddar burrito which she thoroughly enjoyed. Hers was served with very tasty sides of rice, black beans and guacamole, sour cream tomato, etc garnishes on the side. Every table I passed had something enticing plated. We’ll definitely swing by again when we’re in that part of town.
Service: host was kind of rude - looked like she didn't want to be there. Then the waitress was nice.Food: giant portion but just like any other breakfastWe got aome omelets.Price: good pricesAmbience: more like a bar type of place
Lorraine Omelette was good. Don’t order the Spinach & Feta Omelette they use chopped spinach, not fresh as with the Lorraine.
Literally my favorite restaurant in the world. Everyone will find something they like here. My faves are the pizza and the calzones. The dough is so crispy and yeasty, it's the perfect vessel for cheesy goodness!!
Oh my goodness, Guy Fieri hit the nail on the head with his assessment of the onion rings! The BBQ sandwich was very good too! We all tried something different and everyone loved their lunch. Even the knotwurst
Went here with my son and his girlfriend and had a great meal. They had both been there before and told me how good it was, and they were right! First, I love breakfast food, and they serve breakfast all day, so they already scored high in my book. And the interior is really cool, with old wooden booths that are super-cozy. We had to wait a few minutes to get seated because of Covid social distancing restrictions, but it wasn't too bad. We all got pancakes, and they were delicious. They came with a stack of three, and were pretty big. I had the chocolate chip pancakes while my son had the Oreo ones--yum! We split a side of bacon, plus my son had an omelet, all of which were quite good as well. Our server was prompt in taking our order and refilling our drinks, as well as bringing the bill. I can see why this place is so popular and glad I went!
1001 W Grace St, Richmond, VA 23220