Eating lunch or breakfast at Maisie's reminds of what's it was like to at at home with the entire family. It's noisy but happy, crowded but comfortable, and the food tastes just like it did when you were a kid. The evening meals are definitely NOT meat-n-three menu items - this is where Susan really shines, and when you can tell she went to school to learn to cook, but the atmosphere remains the same as it is at lunchtime. Don't eat at Maisie's if you like to dine in lonely silence! And especially if you don't want to speak to anyone! Mary remembers what the regulars drink and has their glass filling while they're still looking for a table. Susan shouts at everyone who comes in, and calls most of them by name. The place is so packed at mealtime that I've learned to come an hour earlier or later just to get a parking spot. What does she put into those mashed potatos? I don't know, but they're the best ever!
Pros: Food, comfortable atmosphere, service
Cons: Parking, closes early during the week, opens late on Saturday