Amazing happy hour deals. They have daily deals for checking in on Facebook which allow you to get their specials. Mini-Mondays is my favorite. $1 slidders, $0.25 minicorndogs, and $1 8oz beers. Tuesdays have "$2 Tuesdays" from 4-7 pm. You get any draft pint for $2, and they also have $5 you call it tequilla shots. Thefood is awesome plus the service is a show in itself. On Sundays they have an all you can eat brunch and bottomless mimosas that are the best I have had. The food is worth trying a minimum of once (Sounds weird, but the meatloaf is to die for). They really do have one of the best burgers I have tried in San Diego. They cook it the way you want, but if you don't ask for a specific type, they cook it medium (incase you want your burger well done). The bar tenders are funny and will be a smart*** right back at you if that is how you approch them (In a funny way). I enjoy myself everytime I go in, and I make sure to let all my Facebook friends know I am there so I can get their specials. They tyically post updates on their Facebook page every day so that you know what special is going on that day. I would suggest liking them on Facebook so that you can keep up to date with what they have going on. Downside. The only thing I would say could be better is their location. It is a little hard to see, but that's something they can't change. It is a very large building on the corner behind to smaller buildings. Once you know the corner they are on, it is fairly easy to find. The first time I went, I was a little confused. Hope this helps!
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My friend lives in the area and suggested Mimi's Cafe as a good place to grab a quick bite following a 5K that we'd participated in earlier that Sunday morning. It was a bit before noon and because we couldn't decide between breakfast or lunch, we chose this place because we could have either option. The hosting staff at the front door was busy but quite friendly. The place was bustling, which was to be expected at brunch-time on a Sunday. We did have to wait for about 10-15 minutes for a table, but once we were seated, service was fast and friendly. After some deliberation, we both ended up ordering patty melts. Mine was good but there seemed to be something missing in terms of seasoning. I'm not a heavy salt user, but while edible, I found the overall composition to be rather bland, as were the fries. Even the grilled onions had an odd taste and consistency - the word watery comes to mind - and they tasted like they'd been sitting uncovered in a fridge and took on some of the aroma of other items. Not sure if that makes sense, but that's the best way I can describe it. Even with all that said, the sandwich wasn't completely bad. It could just use a bit more flavor. I must say that our server was very, very nice, and made our dining experience quite pleasant overall. If I were to be in the area again and want a decent meal for a good price, I'd visit here again.
Its very conveniently located to my house so in the past couple of years I have come to know this place as a regular. It's really just that type of place though. The owner is usually if not always there and works right along side his team. As somebody who works in the industry I can appreciate that. He's frank and to the point, east coast in a way but it's always hugs when we're leaving. The rest of the crew is great and I love sitting at the bar and conversing with everyone. The food, well wow I know they're a burger joint and don't get me wrong they are GREAT but the salads and the fish and chips...OMG. So good and big enough to split easily. I'd like to note *also as somebody in the industry* to the person who gave this a bad review: If you're food isn't cooked to your liking you are a paying customer, give them a chance to make it right. If you don't, there's nothing anyone can do and you're just going to leave pissed off. If you see the owner/manager on the floor ask to speak to him, trust me it's why he's there. Be a self advocate not a victim, mistakes happen and tickets get mis fired. I have not personally experienced ANY over sight as the one described so I would still very much recommend this restaurant.