A few weeks ago, I went to Tito’s Diner in Fredricksburg. As most people know, I grew up in Virginia, although a few hours South.
We were driving home from Charlottesville and needed a place to stop. Why not a diner right?
If you’re looking for a stereotypical diner, Tito’s Diner is it. It’s a big shiny, metallic, building, located in the center of a large shopping center. The inside is equally as a traditional diner with plenty of memorabilia and a full-length bar, with plenty of tables and booths.
I haven’t had a great diner coffee in quite some time. It was brewed hot and fresh. My favorite part was the personalized coffee mug, not many diners have those!
The menu at Tito’s Diner is extensive with plenty of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options.
I decided to order the hummus appetizer. The pita bread was much crunchy and more of a chip than bread. It’s not my personal preference. The hummus was good, but nothing unique or special.
I was craving breakfast so went with the chorizo skillet with rye toast.
I haven’t had a skillet in a while, and while the meal wasn’t bad, it wasn’t the best ever. It was just a standard breakfast meal with plenty of potatoes and cheese.
The waitress was one of the most friendly waitresses I’ve had in a while. She was definitely one of the best waitresses, and the food came out very quickly.
For my coffee, hummus, and meal, the cost was $18.
Overall Thoughts/Would I come back:
I really enjoyed Tito’s Diner, and I would definitely go back. I would love to try some of the other options! If you’re ever in Fredericksburg, it’s worth your stop.
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