San Francisco, CA
I had read the reviews of Dixie's Cafe and it sounded like a pleasant place to go for an afternoon snack - not too far from home. However, the place did not live up to the reviews.
I was not made to feel at home, there was no warm welcome, and the food was disappointinging. We shared a Reuben sandwich(shaved beef on bread which had been grilled, leaving a greasy residue that came off on our hands). We had each ordered a piece of pie a la mode to be served warm after we finished the sandwich. It was served cold so I sent it back, even though I noticed the crust was not browned. When it came back, we managed to finish the pie, though the uncooked crust was unpleasant to the taste. If grandma cooked like this, I'd run away from home!
I wish I had gone down the road to Mapleton where I could have gotten a delicious lunch for the same price..