Still has its place?
Albero makes this statement as if to say he concedes to the existence of this diner but if it went away---so much the better.
He is entitled to his opinion.
I have patronized the Pittsville Diner for more years than I care to remember. I have seen wait staff come and go. I miss some of the ladies that have waited my table and I have been elated that I only had to tolerate others for a short period. And I will say that this is not the only establishment I have had this experience.
I can say this about Pittsville Diner. The food quality has always been exceptional. Be it breakfast, lunch, or dinner I always knew what I ordered would be more than satisfactory.
The décor? I have no problem with that. I am not a NASCAR fan but I see no reason for condemning the management for choosing that theme. I am sure many folks are not fire fighters or fire buffs but that does not stop them from enjoying the theme of Station 7. I know for a fact Albero is not remotely close to being a fire fighter but he openly admits to patronizing Station 7. I am not a super sports fan either but I have been known to dine at “Break Time”, a well-known Sports Bar & Grill. I dine occasionally at the Wicomico Yacht Club and enjoy the nautical theme and camaraderie but,---- low and behold, I do not own a boat.
I have been to Station 7 restaurant. The food is good. The décor is interesting and is of a subject dear to my heart. But ---it aint nothing to write home about.
It truly lacks the down home personal touch that Pittsville Diner has. The extra little attention just wasn’t there. I didn’t feel rushed to finish the meal, but I didn’t exactly feel like I was welcome to enjoy a refill of iced tea or another cup of coffee.
I will go to Station 7 again on occasion. I do not think the place to be stellar by any means, but so far I found it satisfactory.
I have however found Pittsville Diner to be very homey, price friendly, consistent and of exceptional quality. I shall continue to patronize them on a regular basis.