They clearly love James Dean and Betty Boop — the walls are plastered with pictures — so the place has a real classic American-1950s feel to it. And, it seems, in the 1950s, breakfast was delicious.
I had Donna’s Skillet (served to me by Donna herself), which is
- home fries
- corned beef hash
- scrambled eggs
Add hot sauce and it’s great. The price is right for the food; $6 for the skillet. They got the food out fast, and kept my iced tea filled, so that does it for me. The service is totally unceremonious, the servers all work together to get it done.
It really seems like a one-of-a-kind, family-owned restaurant. I don’t think they could make another one — there’s not enough pictures of James Dean in the world to open a second place.
If you’re in the area, it’s worth a stop in for a quick simple breakfast. It sure beats the pants off Denny’s.