By Kevin Williams
I wanted to like this place and, well, I don’t really have anything bad to say. But this was another restaurant I ate at while in Pennsylvania. I was really looking for a mom-and-pop diner and I thought I had found it in the Valley Dairy, but turns out that it is a local chain. I discovered that when I sat down, looked at the placemat, and it listed all their locations. SIGH. Too late, I was already seated, it’d be rude to walk out. So from the get-go, this place had poor karma for me.
I came here for my lunch and so I could go through notes I had taken in the morning, type them in, and get caught up on some work. Nope. No wifi. Well, they had wifi, but the waitress didn’t know the password and exerted very little effort, more like no effort, to find it for me. So, no working lunch for me. A restaurant without easily accessibly wifi (fine if it is password protected, just make sure it is available) is like a diner without ketchup or fries. Wifi is part of the dining landscape. I’ll give true mom and pops a pass,but even they should be offering it…..
So, here was my experience in photos….