I wanted to love this place. I really did. As a vintage enthusiast I love to visit a diner and usually can't find much on the menu to get. This place should have been a home run! It was cute inside, but the experience was not good, starting with our terrible waitress. She was very slow with EVERYTHING. Left every dirty dish we had on our (small) table for the entire meal, and was rude when we asked if we could get the garlic mayo on a sandwich vegan. The whole place is vegetarian, but they serve eggs, cheese, milk...so one would assume that things like mayo are probably not vegan because they aren't labeled at all. Apparently all their sauces are,even though the menu says nothing about it, and we were idiots to ask (very nicely) about it. Her attitude really annoyed me. I got a vegan milkshake and it was the consistency of chocolate milk. Very disappointing. Maybe it melted because the waitress took so long to bring it to me. I DID really like my dinner, I got the Caul of the Sea which is cauliflower dipped in some kind of batter and deep fried. It comes with fries, so a vegan version of fish and chips. It was very good! My husband got the reuben and said it was acceptable, not spectacular. We shared a piece of Boston Creme Pie that was pretty good. We won't be back. I'm only giving it a three because I did really love the cauliflower.
Cons: service, confusing menu, service