It's a local, family-owned diner that's open for 24 hours, but be aware the parking lot is small so if you happen to go at a time where it's packed, be sure to have some patience. Their tables can fit large an small groups, and there's also booths on the side. Service is adequate. The women's restroom is only one stall, so be prepared to wait ladies.
I must admit that their menu is crazy and filled with pictures and prices everywhere. I also must admit that I had to flip back and forth at least 2-3 times before I was able to decide what was it I exactly wanted.
We were given complimentary muffins to start off and to munch on. They were adorable, moist, and tasty.
|Meat Lover's Skillet|
It was tasty, but I didn't quite finish my meal as I was already full from the meat, cheese, and the seasoned country potatoes. I didn't even touch the pancakes, that's how bad and full I was. I deeply regretted ordering the meat lover's skillet as I was just too full and stuffed. Never again.
|Steak and Eggs|
Kane's Diner is best known for their Steak and Eggs ($8.99), so that's what Will ended up getting. He asked the steak to be medium well, but I guess it became well done. It was a little difficult to chew, but at least it was a decent size. Overall, he liked the dish very much minus the overcooked steak.
Overall, this diner is pretty interesting and the portion size of the dishes is absolutely no joke. I'm sure their other dishes taste amazing, but I don't think I could order the Meat Lover's skillet again. However, next time I come back to Kane's Diner I think I will try their famous steak and eggs.