So I tried Great Scott Diner a little while back. I'm a big fan of the original restaurant and figured the diner would be a perfect location to grab lunch. And it was.
The interior is done up in a 1950s style. They have an HD TV in the corner and they have oldies playing in the background.
I got a double cheeseburger and fries for $5.99 and the fries were so numerous I couldn't finish them. The burger was better than Five Guys -- a place I definitely like -- and the fries were very crispy and tasty.
The bill was $8.50 and I walked away stuffed. Over the next few days I wanted to go back and get another burger, so I took Cathy for a late dinner.
I got the double cheeseburger again and she got some variation of that and we both loved our food.
We also got macaroni and cheese balls, and for $5 you get three that are -- I kid you not -- the size of softballs. We ate one and took the other two home, and they reheated very well.
Also, this time I got the curly fries instead of regular, and they were amazing. There's no reason to ever get them at Arby's after trying these.
Our bill was $22. Very strongly recommended for the food and value.
Also, Great Scott is opening a second version of its original restaurant in Oakley on Madison Ave. soon.
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