4 based on 246 reviews
An American family diner known for its made from scratch hotcakes and French toast as seen on the Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins & Dives. Serving breakfast and lunch during all business hours.
This was my second visit. I just don't see what the hype is about this restaurant. The seating space is very tight and the staff was not very friendly. At all. I was up charged $1 to sub a cheese in an omelette without having been told. When I brought it up to the cashier, who also wasn't very friendly or personable, she simply agreed that the server should've let me known. What I can say that I enjoyed was the home fries - they were super! Not that i think I'll be going back for them though...
4 based on 63 reviews
When meeting a friend while traveling in Pittsburgh for breakfast she suggested meeting at this restaurant. I wish there had been more parking, as it was cold to walk, but once inside it was warm and cozy.It offers your typical diner fare for breakfast. I got an omelet with toast. They offered bacon and sausage, pancakes, hashbrowns, french toast, crepes, and more for breakfast. They had a lunch menu with sandwiches, salads, wraps, burgers, and more but I didn't look at it too closely as we were there for breakfast.Our server did an ok job, nothing amazing, but sufficient. I did finish my water and it was never refilled. The place was busy and loud, but I still enjoyed my meal with my friend.I loved the decor in the place with an awesome painting on the back wall.
4 based on 76 reviews
Gab and Eat has been around for as long as we can remember. Great place for breakfast anytime, nothing fancy just good old-fashioned breakfast at a reasonable cost. Pretty much the only place we want to go for a cheeseburger. Only open till 2:30, pretty much always a wait, albeit not long usually. Breakfast scramble is legendary.
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