Came here on a Saturday at 10:30, ordered breakfast (naturally). You seat yourself and despite it being the weekend, the diner wasn't as packed as one might expect. The floor plan helped to accentuate the spacing between booths and tables as to avoid that claustrophobic feel.
Our waiter, Damian, was extremely friendly and attentive when it came to checking up on us and refilling coffee. He helped add to the family diner experience, making us feel welcome and providing a couple laughs.
My husband enjoyed the ham though and insisted that he could eat about five more if he could. My parents and brother also liked the coffee, noting that it wasn't weak in flavor like other diners serve. Lastly, I liked how they gave you an actual container of syrup rather than a little, cheap cup.
The only thing I wish is that they made their French toast a little flatter, I didn't like how fluffy they were. Aside from that, I wouldn't mind taking a trip back up here to enjoy their breakfast again.