American diner fare exemplifies culinary patriotism, much like eating apple pie or drinking a baseball-flavored milkshake. Salute your stomach with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of American fare and beverages at Engine House Cafe.
Engine House Cafe extinguishes appetites with a diverse menu of breakfast, lunch, and dinner classics, all served in a former turn-of-the-century fire station. Rise to the call of a 5 Alarm potato platter or omelet, both doused in zesty chili, two types of cheese, and fiery rings of jalapeño ($6.39 for half order, $7.59 for full order). For a midday meal, bypass expansive plates of pancakes ($1.49+) for burgers ($5.59+) or the comforts of hot turkey or beef sandwiches ($6.39). Dinner patrons can take their appetites for a nighttime swim in shallow pools of brown gravy, complemented by pork chops ($8.79), fried chicken ($7.99), and mom's long-forgotten advice.
Engine House Cafe buzzes with neighborly chatter that bounces off the same high, wooden ceilings that adorned the space in 1900. Two of the bell tower's former beams frame the entrance, leading into the lively charms of familial dining. Once inside, enjoy leisurely meals amid the historic walls, all adorned with memorabilia honoring retired and active firemen, their friends, families, and photo-bombing Dalmatians.