The rumour around town has always been that this is the place to go for breakfast but I have never made it, Finally made it on a recent weekend. First off, this aint gourmet or fancy. It's your old school mom and pop shop. It's liking going to your grandmas, Maybe she hasnt redecorated since the 80's, and needs some repairs and paint as well as a good carpet cleaning. But, she still cooks you the comfort food you need and keeps you happy. I had a huge mushroom omlette. I dont think there were any mushrooms left in poco.It came with toast and yummy hasbrowns. The coffee was an old school good cup of joe - just what I wanted. My son had a drink, french toast and hahsbrowns. The french toast was texas toast - 3 slices and cost under $6. We got out of there for under $20 and didn't eat again until dinner. Try that at IHOP. Oh and the service was fantastic too. They also have old school burgers, fries, toasted shrimp sandwiches etc. I will definitely be back.
It's cheap and cheerful. A great place for breakfast; much better than Denny's and way cheaper (especially the Denny's in Poco which is particularly terrible). The food is served hot and the place is clean (although it would be nice if they replaced the carpets!). I'll definitely go back. It's nice to have this sort of place, a great alternative to a chain.
If you're expecting Milestone's quality and ambience, you will be disappointed...but you won't be disappointed in the price. We go to Amigo's every couple of weeks and for 2 people, our bill is always around $12.00. It's a hole in the wall, but it's clean, affordable, quick and yummy. The burgers are great. Breakfasts are tasty. Soup is superb. I don't think it's on the menu, but they make great shakes too. My friend always gets the All Day Special, which is the Corned Beef Hash for only $4.50. Big portions too! Very good value for the money. The only thing I didn't enjoy is the gravy they used for the chicken cutlet.
Note that they don't open typical restaurant hours. They open early and close early, so I guess they cater mainly to the business crowd in the area.
Ma and Pop shop in a quiet part of PoCO.
Service is super friendly.
Tons of regulars kept on flowing in, even on a weekday morning -- almost all known by first name by the server.
It was my first time here, but pleasantly surprised by the quality of the breakfast for a super cheap price ($6 came with two eggs, three sausages, 3 pancakes, and ever flowing coffee).
Ambiance is nothing to rave about, but that's part of the charm.
I'd definitely come back here again and bring friends.
You will find good service at these little cafe's but not like this.
Food comes quicker then you'd think. Bigger preportions then you'd get at other chain breakfast places. For a little greasy spoon restaurant it does an amazing job.
Maybe change up the coffee though. Last time it tasted fresh but maybe not such a good blend.
Three adults out for a late breakfast could only rack up a $25 bill.
Before I had even finished my Saturday night adventures a few weeks back, I knew that I wanted to hit up Amigo’s for breakfast the following Sunday morning; for some greasy spoon goodness to ease the pain from excessive wine/ouzo consumption at the Greek joint down the block.
The signs outside Amigo’s had me intrigued, with such things as “All-day breakfast!” and “Corned-beef hash & eggs $ 4.99” – how bad could it be?
My companion (who was privy to the previous night’s excessive consumption) and I arrived while breakfast service was in full swing, the restaurant is small and was about half full. A friendly server called across to us to just seat ourselves and we were promptly given menus. The menu is straight-forward, with all the breakfast classics. It’s also worth noting there were lots of diner “classics” on the non-breakfast side, such as the “Monte Cristo” (which almost swayed me from the breakfast choices) and Liver and Onions (which certainly did not sway me). Our orders were quickly taken, I ordered the standard sausages and eggs, while my companion ordered an omelette. I was still working my way thru the first section of the local paper when our breakfast arrived. I was super happy with everything on my plate, sausages done well (like to have to have them) and it was a huge portion for the $3.99 price point – my companion was equally happy with his omelette.
Ambience was standard for a Mom & Pop breakfast joint – the place is small and in need of an update, but with the prices and quality at Amigo’s, really, I’m there for the food – with beverages, tax and tip the bill came to less than $16.00! It was a perfect addition to an already perfect Sunday :)
The appearance and interior of the restaurant might not be very appealing, but the food is exceptionally well-done considering the price. My favorite would be Corn Beef & Hash & 3 Eggs (2 pieces of toast included)!! One full plate of food cost only $4.99! It's a family run restaurant where you would feel very closey and being taken care of. It's a great place for breakfast!
This is just a little hole in the wall restaurant but the food and prices are amazing. Staff is very attentive and makes a point of remembering names. Because of the high incidence of seniors in the area, the prices may seem lower than you are used to but the food is high quality for the prices charged. Decor is from the 60's but restaurant is always clean and tidy.