1950s diner fries up fast-food classics 24 hours a day.. In Short Entering the clean, bright interior is like stepping into an "Archie" comic book. Hurrying across white- and black-checkered floors, staff in crisp white shirts and paper hats take orders, polish chrome and shuffle between booths and the full-service counter. Middle-American diner standards dominate the menu--pickle-covered steak burgers, chili cheeseburgers and thick shakes. Healthier options include chicken, chef and taco salads.
2 bad experiences.
We ate here twice, and will not go again. I like steak and shake, and eat at the one at Great lakes crossing regularly. However, the waitress was very poor and uninterested in serving us, and both times we got the wrong food.
On one occasion, the manager, our waitress and some teenage kids (they all seemed to bel teenagers) all sat or stood around a table laughing and joking like they were the only ones there while patrons sat with empty glasses etc. Many diners around us were angry too.