|Restaurant Name||Ambiance||Food Presentation||Food Quality||Service||Cost||Overall Rating|
|Jim's Coffee Shop
812 Fort Street
Open seven days a week. "Breakfast will not be served after 11:30am except for Saturday and Sunday"
|Such a "neat" place, but small. A real "country" atmosphere in the heart of a city where everybody knows your name. (Seems I've heard that before) There's nothing fancy about the Coffee Shop - just a good "down home" type meal.
On the menu under Low Calorie Diet, are such offerings as: Breakfast - Weak Tea; Lunch - One Bouillon Cube in One-Half Cup of Diluted Water; Dinner - One Pigeon Thigh, Three Ounces Prune Juice (gargle only) You get the idea.
|I love it when you say to the waitress, "A number 1, please, with steak." A complete range of menu items from breakfast to dinners, but I would venture to say that their best offering is breakfast.||Menu items include a wide range of breakfast, lunch and dinner plates served in a "country home" style. The breakfast plates are large and good.||The service personel are friendly and at times funny. They treat you like you are at home. They are not overbearing, but are there to help you.||Breakfast prices range from $1.80 to $6.25. Lunches range from $2.40 to $5.15 and dinners range from $6.15 to $10.45. There is a full range of beverages, salads and fountain items.||
Yes, I would take friends and relatives to Jim's Coffee Shop. You should too, for a relaxing meal, especially breakfast. Who knows who you will meet there.
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