Tito’s Diner (Fredricksburg, VA)
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?
Tito’s Diner Atmosphere: A
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.
Tito’s Diner Coffee: A
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!
Tito’s Diner Food: B
Tito’s Diner menu 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, hash browns, and cheese.
Tito’s Diner Service: A
The waitress was one of the most friendly waitresses I’ve had in a while. She was 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 to Tito’s Diner:
I enjoyed Tito’s Diner, and I would go back. I would love to try some of the other options! If you’re ever in Fredericksburg, Tito’s Diner is worth your stop.
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