Tucked in the quaint little town of
The décor is, well, eclectic. There are some wacky art pieces paired with collections of coffee cups and old iced tea pitchers and vinyl...gotta love diner vinyl. The small interior means that it’s a cozy feel. When we arrived the first time, it was busy so we sat at the counter. I was pleased to see a couple take it upon themselves to move to a smaller table to allow a family to be seated. Isn’t it nice to see that kindness and courtesy still exist in some places?
For whatever reason, I was hungry for a burger and thought the diner was the perfect place to try. The menu had some salads and decidedly
On our way out of town we decided to stop by again for breakfast. Mark had the chorizo breakfast burrito…it was huge and still served with hash browns! I had a very basic scrambled eggs, hash browns and toast. It was fresh made, fluffy eggs, hot, crisp hash browns…very very good!! It was far more than I could eat and Mark loved his burrito. The spicy chorizo, beans, cheese and fluffy scrambled eggs were a big hit. I wish I had tried the homemade biscuits and gravy, man, I bet they are good.
I also happened to mention to my brother that we liked The Pine Cone and he agreed, stating that they had also eaten breakfast there a few days before and thought it was really good. The local favorite, the corned beef hash, was a huge win for him as well.
Here’s the thing, after a hike at the beach or a visit to the ocean, the cool air makes you hungry! If you want a good, solid, well cooked meal of homespun food, made from quality ingredients, this is the kind of place to try. It’s not fancy but the people are nice and the fresh is hot and tasty. They aren’t open for dinner…so try to swing by for breakfast or lunch.
Also, and this is important, they are a cash only establishment. Be sure you stop by an ATM before you arrive. Give them a try, you will be glad you did.
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