Eating at Mel's is like stepping back 50 years. From the old posters and ads covering the walls, to the authentic looking jukebox that really plays CDs, to the checkerboard tiles on the floor, to the vinyl covered seats in the booths.
The food is good and served in plentiful amounts. We were there for lunch and chose from the available sandwiches. Our picks were fried bologna, patty melt, rueben, and hot dog. All were served with a choice of chips, fries, or pasta salad. We all chose fries, which are very fresh, fried to perfection, and served in huge quantity. Not the most unique menu around, but exactly what one would expect in a diner like this. Good diner food served in generous amounts by ...Read More