"I had a cheeseburger and I’ll say it was excellent. It was cooked perfectly with the right amount of all toppings and condiments. The “bun,” more like buttered toast from the griddle, was wonderful. The fries were fantastic, too."
"You’ve got to try the peanut butter and marmalade on toast. It’s worth driving there solely for that. They griddle the toast just like they do the burger "bun." It comes nice and hot; slather it with the PB and marmalade. You’d think you’ve had enough PB & J sandwiches before but, until you’ve had this, you haven’t."
"In the back room of Al's you sit on benches at the dining tables."
"The restaurant name, written on the window, makes it difficult for journalists even to write about this place."
"Locke is a magical old place, its architecture unchanged for nearly a century. There has been a restaurant on this spot since the town was built in 1915. Al's dates back to 1934. "