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Posted by morgan on 05/25/2011
their potatoe soup is to die for and their gnochies w/ vaucca sauce is encridible they do a great job at the resturant
Posted by Howard on 03/05/2009
The Great American Diner and Pub(whose address and phone# for Langhorne are missing in the newest phone book) has great food on an individual menu for a territory overrun by franchises like every suburban shopping district. Colorful specials echo Philly Renassance. My(oh) Mahi Mahi was well cooked and seasoned; the spinach that topped it was fresh(also came with sun dried tomatoes and baby shrimp). While I'm at it, I'll recommend the fajitas, chicken marsala, wraps and salads(chime in with anything else, please). Tomato cheddar soup was a tasty opener; always enjoyed their soups, especially the Italian and Brooklyn wedding(latter has shredded beef, not meatballs). Lastly, I wish I remembered to use my cell phone camera on a fried cheesecake that tasted as great as it looked. Decorative theme, like Friday's and UNO is on nostalgic advertising fare, but includes movies, with various framed posters and photos from over the decades. Great American doubles as a sports place when games are on. There's a TV on both sides of the main dining room(on low volume) as well as in the mini bar out front. The place used to be packed on Sunday nights, but not as much lately, at least when I'm there. One possible explanation is that the aforementioned franchises that have sprung up took away business. The 50% off First Wednesdays are Great American's latest effort to get business back, especially in this downturn, the other culprit. There was a line. If my dinner was any indication, I might see some of the same people next month as well as other nights. Come on back or try Great American, Langhorne when there's room in your budget for dinner out and support independents.
Posted by gary iullucci on 08/06/2007
Me like food.