Wagons West Restaurant (Pinecrest)

Posted on August 13th, 2015 · American Breakfast Pinecrest


***** Wagons West Restaurant, 11301 South Dixie Highway, Pinecrest, Florida 33156 (305) 238-9942.

First told you guys about Wagons West Restaurant way-back on 11/17/08…

To be straight with you guys, until yesterday-Jeff Eats hadn’t been back since that “story” first appeared. Let’s call Wagons West an “out of sight, out of mind” joint!

Long story short, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats ate lunch there yesterday…

Jeff Eats did a bacon cheeseburger with french fries- Mrs. Eats did a tuna salad on rye toast with french fries- order of onion rings for the table…Absolutely perfect diner food! For what it’s worth, Wagons West Restaurant reminds me- of the neighborhood Brooklyn diners (like George’s Restaurant) that I grew up on in the 50s & 60s




Real simple, if you’re like Jeff Eats-that being a gigantic fan of “mom & pop” neighborhood diners- you will love Wagons West Restaurant.

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Wagons West Restaurant (Pinecrest)
Posted on November 17th, 2008 · American Breakfast Pinecrest

***** Wagons West Restaurant, 11301 South Dixie Highway, Pinecrest, Florida 33156 (305) 238-9942.

I am going to guess that Wagons West has been in business for something like a 1,000 years…This is an absolutely terrific joint if “diners” are your game. Wagons West has counter and booth seating and has a menu loaded with all kinds of breakfast items, soups, salads, appetizers, sandwiches, burgers, chilis, meat/fish/chicken entees and desserts. Nothing fancy here…good solid food, large portions, reasonable prices, very pleasant wait-service. A couple of grilled pork chops with a potato and vegetable goes for $10.95 and a bacon cheeseburger with french fries runs $7.45. If I counted right, the joint has 17 different omelettes for consumption.

I love joints like Wagons West…which is open Monday-Saturday 6:30am-9pm and Sunday 6:30am-4pm.

One Comment to “Wagons West Restaurant (Pinecrest)”

  1. Larry Garcia says...

    During the 50s-60s I lived on Avenue C and East 8th Street in Brooklyn. I must have eaten at George’s close to 50 times. The pictures bring back some really fond memories.

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