When you walk into this down-home drugstore diner, you'll feel like you stepped through a time portal. And when you open the menu, you'll think you're looking at the contents of the time capsule you buried in high school -- the prices seem like they're 15 years old. The space is small, but the food is tremendously good. When you're in the mood for some authentic homestyle American food, this joint does not disappoint. A good way to start is with breakfast, whose menu section takes up about two whole pages. Try the Royal breakfast ($5.29), which comes with two pancakes or two slices of French toast plus two eggs and four bacon strips or sausage links or two sausage patties. You can also substitute home fries for the eggs or the meat -- the royal court is very accommodating. If you stop by late in the day, don't worry -- breakfast is always available. But let's say you're in the mood for lunch. The Plain Jane burger ($4.99), served on a Kaiser roll, is the way to go. Judging by the price, you'd think fries would be extra, but hand-cut spuds are included, as are tomato, onion, lettuce, and a pickle spear. The people are always friendly, the prices are always good, and the place is always packed. The only downside is you might have to wait for a seat.
Eating at a diner located inside of a drugstore is an American tradition. Unfortunately, Miami isn't big on American traditions unless you count destroying beautiful architecture to put mini-malls up ... More »
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