What Our Critics Say

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Just A Few Customer Reviews:

Of course, we're not going to post the bad ones...


*****   Food and coffee fantastic.  Service great.  Daryl Hitchcock 


*****   Excellent local breakfast spot. Reasonable prices, good-sized portions and plenty of healthy options.  Adam McIntyre


****    We came on a not busy day with a party of 5, and for some reason it took like 8 min to seat us. Prices are good, 6 - 10 dollars. Coffee is good, the latte was great. It's cozy inside, it only holds around 35 people total. They pump out the food pretty fast. I got scrambled eggs, bacon, hash browns, and french toast. The hash browns are crispy not oily, which is nice. Yet my food came out kinda warmish/cold (mainly the French toast) over all everyone liked their food. I will come back.  Drew Lovecchio


*****   Always good food and friendly atmosphere.  We return every year we're  In town. A true turn of the century  diner. One of our favorite spots!   Philip Lepel


*****    In under 8 minutes I was seated sipping a delicious espresso and  how in down on the Adirondack Hungry Man plate. I opted for real maple syrup and the blueberry upgrade to my pancakes. Worth every penny! I cut wait to come back to this vote diner for another amazing breakfast! Thanks!  Scott Leslie 


*****  If you have a hankering for diner food in a real life diner that looks like a dining car (and if you haven't ever had that, you're missing a real New York experience), then you should come here! Good food, fresh and fast, friendly service... Yummy.  Daniel Klien


***** My son and I attend the Adirondack Nationals car show, the weekend after Labor Day, every year. We have had the pleasure of having breakfast at Bolton Beans for the past 4 years. The food is first rate, be it the eggs over easy with whole wheat bread, or the blueberry pancakes with top quality bacon. Mmmmmm. And the COFFEE! Superb. Pleasant staff too.  Be sure to get there early as they have quite a following.  Thank you for a great dining experience.  Mike Munro