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- $12 for $20 worth of diner food for up to two or more
- $22 for $40 worth of diner food for up to four or more
- $14 for $20 worth of carryout
O's Eatery an American Diner
Housed within casual roadside eatery that originally opened in 1962, O's Eatery an American Diner proudly embraces the history of its location. Owner Otto Maier remains committed to providing the ambiance and, most importantly, the cooking of a traditional diner. Maier's first rule for capturing the essence of this cooking: no canned ingredients in the kitchen.
Cooks prepare breakfast all day long, scrambling farm-fresh eggs to make omelets, sliding golden-brown buttermilk pancakes off the griddle, and crisping strips of bacon. As lunchtime and dinner crowds arrive, hearty sandwiches and burgers begin emerging from the kitchen. The cooks also broaden the menu's traditional diner focus by creating dishes such as risotto cakes with tangy balsamic vinaigrette and breaded cod sandwiches with marinated red onions and Cajun remoulade.
The restaurant's diner spirit is reinforced by the casual, cozy ambiance. Cornflower-blue booths—each with their own coatrack—line the walls. The stool-lined counter provides visitors with ample room to settle in, savor a cup of coffee, and discuss their favorite Norman Rockwell novel.