Pancakes, like acrobats, are easily stacked but make children cry when they topple to the ground. Have a balanced breakfast with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $8 for $16 worth of breakfast or lunch for two
- $10 for $20 worth of dinner for two
- $16 for $32 worth of breakfast or lunch for four
- $20 for $40 worth of dinner for four<p>
Breakfast plates are served all day, including hotcakes for $5.99 and three-egg omelets for $4.99 and up. Lunch burgers are $7.99, and dinner entrees include barbecue chicken for $9.99. See the full breakfast and lunch and dinner menus. Nelson’s Ridge is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.<p>
Occuping the building at Lackawanna's central intersection Nelson's ridge perfectly captures the neighborhood’s charm. The eatery takes its name from nearby Our Lady of Victory Basilica's well-loved leader, Father Nelson Baker, and furthers the connection with menu names derived from religious icons. Chefs churn out classic diner fare such as burgers, hot sandwiches, and fried chicken for lunch and dinner, but the biggest crowd pleasers are their served-all-day hotcakes, stuffed with bananas and chocolate chips, blueberries, or diced apples and bacon. In true diner fashion, Nelson’s feeds hungry diners at a long counter dotted with bar stools, and floor-to-ceiling windows offer gorgeous views of its namesake basilica.
93% of 614 customers recommend
“The staff is always friendly and prompt with orders. Abby, the clean up girl, is always smiling and willing to help when the staff is busy.”
“It is a small but neat and clean restaurant with a varied menu, leaving you wanting to go back to try something else next time. Very friendly owners and staff.”
“We enjoy the friendly service and interest in making us feel comfortable at your restaurant. We've mentioned your place to others. We requested the hash browns to...”
“We enjoy the friendly service and interest in making us feel comfortable at your restaurant. We've mentioned your place to others. We requested the hash browns to be cooked crispy, but they were not, We ate them anyway.”