I went here for the first time in March 2007 with my sister.
We got a table right away, but it was packed. Sure sign to me on first impression that it's popular! I'm not sure if they have a smoking section because no one asked our preference.
It took us at least 15 minutes to go through this HUGE menu they have. SO many things on there sounded so great, it made it hard to choose! LOTS of variety. Definitely not just breakfast items either.
I think our first waitress went on break or went home, but she was nice. Our second one wasn't the best, but okay. She seemed much friendlier though when we were leaving and tipped her well.
I love the building. It's older, but really nice. Gives it a cool atmosphere. Perfect place to just sit back and have coffee and conversation.
My sister had a GIGANTIC breakfast. I haven't seen her eat so much in a LONG time! She had blueberry pancakes, eggs, bacon and hash browns. Big portions! Was especially nice that they put powdered sugar on top of the pancakes! Nice touch!
My hash browns weren't quite done enough, were like a baked potato consistency, but were good and lots of 'em. I got a basket of fried breaded mushrooms that were really good. Just not many for the price. I think it was $7.00 for those.
Overall, the prices were great. It was only $20.00 + tip for the two of us to pig out. There were a lot of region ethnic foods on there that sound wonderful! Like potato pancakes! I think it's a Greek family that runs the place.
We were really happy with Grandma Sally's on our "girl's morning out!" We will most definitely go back!