Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 529 14th St W, Huntington, WV 25701
Phone: (304) 522-6142
- turned_in_notHealth Score96 out of 100
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelAverage
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
We were there close to closing and we had their Whataburger which was huge and served hot (so many places seems like you can't get hot food, much is precooked, but they made it right then and there its about a 1/2 lb of hamburger with 2 cheeses and all sorts of good things, It was so huge that it was basically our meal for the day it was delicious.
Throwback-style diner/cafe in the old Central City area of Huntington. In near proximity to a town square style park & The Wild Ramp produce/Farmer's Market, it's really the only place to eat in the immediate vicinity.
I stopped in for lunch and ordered a meatloaf sandwich on lite toast, which came with chips & a dill pickle spear. The meatloaf was made from scratch & very tasty (and also happens to be one of my favorite sandwiches). The only drawback was the chips as they were ever-so-slightly stale.
I appreciated the sense of stepping back in time upon entering, as well as the cleanliness of the place. Staff & waitress were very friendly & prompt, and checked to see how my meal was. Price was fair and portions were hefty.
I wouldn't go out of my way to eat here, but if I'm in the area I'll definitely eat here again.
Charming lunch place, with home-style delicious food
The day I visited it was extremely hot and the thin orange slices in the water was perfectly hydrating. I had the chicken salad plate which as made up of cold salads each of which reminded me of something my grandma would make. Highly recommended when you want something relaxing and delicious but not fancy.
Great place to eat. Dave, the owner is great. Food is great as well as the service and cleanliness of the restaurant is a plus. Dave and the staff make you feel at home.
I have enjoyed lunch here for probably 20 years. It is a classic. Go on a Saturday and then antique shop up and down 14th Street. Afterward buy fresh vegetables at the farmers market next door. Back to lunch. Have the West Virginia blackened steak. Served with potato chips and ice tea. You can't go wrong. The service is terrific, the folks wonderful. Check out the memorabilia around the room. You might spot something of mine. Why not 5 stars? Limited TV reception for games.