Fred and Libby decided on a coney dog each, fries, onion rings, fried mushrooms, and diet and regular rootbeer floats. Ozzy didn't get his own order as we were sure he'd have enough to sample from us, BUT kids meals do come with the cutest pink cadillac serving basket! Had we known ahead of time, he would have had one too!
The coney dog was just what you expect. Slightly sweet, nice and cheesey and went down way too easy. The fries were also the classic crinkle with the perfect crisp...and for the onion rings...wow! A true specialty...and this is from onion haters! The mushrooms weren't bad, just needed a nice dipping sauce. The diet rootbeer float tended to ice over, but the ice cream and soda were just plain delicious. Ozzy agreed, as that was pretty much the only thing he had!
Others in our party went with the burgers, tenderloins, chili, and slaw. Comments about the burger were more on the meh side, but the tenderloin was definitely a hit.
And did we mention the price? Very reasonable. The Flo's entire feast came to $16. And don't forget about the free jukebox entertainment. Ozzy, who was shakin' his shimy with two other pre-schoolers had to be dragged kicking and screaming from the venue. Too much of a good thing?
Price-$, Cheap eats! Micky-D's ain't got a leg to stand on. Except maybe location.
Atmosphere-****, Eclectic diner feel. Plenty of seating, family friendly.
Service-****, There's nothing better than watching 30-somethings bouncing on the edge of their chairs waiting for their number to be called.
Fred - A-, A few more trips and a few more fried delicacies might turn this one into a solid A. While the coney was calling my name, I should have settled on just a bite of Libby's.
Libby - B+, Very happy with the food and definitely want to return, but why do they have to be across from a scary cement fortress?Ozzy -A, Great place to meet chicks!