Taste of the City (Cooper City)

Posted on June 22nd, 2015 · American Breakfast Cooper City


***** Taste of the City, 9940 Griffin Road, Cooper City, Florida 33328, (954) 434-9245.

If- like Jeff Eats you are into the “mom & pop” neighborhood diner-concept…then I got something really good for you…

Taste of the City in Cooper City.

Absolutely positively- nothing fancy going on here- counter seating, a whole bunch of tables…a menu loaded with tons of reasonably priced- breakfast stuff, salads, burgers, sandwiches, so on and so forth…open for breakfast/lunch Sunday 7:30am-2:30pm, Monday-Saturday 7am-3pm also open Thursday 5pm-9pm for dinner.

Long story short, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats recently did breakfast…and loved the western omelet, cheese omelet with bacon, breakfast bacon burrito, grits, toasted et-bagel, home fries that were pleasantly/timely delivered to our table. Jeff Eats not being a coffee expert- Mrs. Jeff Eats Juan Valdez told me to assure you guys, that the coffee was right on the money!

Like I said a few seconds ago, Jeff Eats really enjoys “mom & pop” diners…call me what you’d like (just don’t call me Ray) but to me- these diners-are part of our American culture our history. May sound hokey, but think Andy Taylor, Mike the Cop, Mr. Fields, Gunther Toody, Aunt Bea, Leo Schnauser, Floyd the Barber-and just maybe you’ll appreciate from where I’m coming.

You may call your favorite diner, Joe’s, Lou’s, Tommy’s- but a rose is a rose …

To wrap it up, Jeff Eats loved Taste of the City.

4 Comments to “Taste of the City (Cooper City)”

  1. MM says...

    Gunther “Toody,” unless he’s tooty from eating too much diner food.

  2. ZebraHoffman says...

    Mine is Hal’s in Ithaca, New York.

    • Dara Lee Kramer says...

      Silver Star has been mine for over 40 years. It’s in Manhattan on East 65th Street and 2nd Avenue. It is open 24/7.

  3. whack-a-mole says...

    Agree, ‘nothing fancy going on here.’ Food mediocre to sub-par, basted eggs ordered ‘up,’ done ‘well,’ home fries uncooked, sausage patties straight off the Sysco truck, no air conditioning on a 95 degree day. Maybe a cultural icon, but not a place to go for a decent breakfast. Andy and Barney wouldn’t eat here more than once. Neither would Otis!

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