Sitton's North Hollywood Diner
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Credit Cards Accepted
Yes - beer and wine
$ - Cheap Eats (Under $10)
$$ - Moderate ($11-$25)
$$$ - Expensive ($25-$50)
$$$$ - Very Pricey (Over $50)
Good for Kids
Reviews of Sitton's North Hollywood Diner
Darlyn Boyle posted on 09/01/2009
WE had been eating here for over 15 years, Then one Saturday night., We came here and man the food was ok, but the service was horrible.<br />
When we finally got our food it was ice cold, upon telling this to our waiter. He smiled and said OH WELL THEN DO NOT COME BACK.<br />
I was really taken back.<br />
Needless to say we will not be going back
Bride to be posted on 03/30/2009
Okay... I just wanted to say that this place is now my favorite 24 hr diner. The atmosphere is so relaxed that you can't help but fall in love with it. I have previously had a bad experience... but on the way back from an after-hours it seemed like the majority ruled. The name of the resteraunt has been changed.... It's now called Andrew's..... <br />
They must have updated more than just the sign outside. The server waiting on us is by far someone you could become friends with. She interacted with all of us at the table... not just the one who looked like the tipper. <br />
The price was what you would expect to pay. Nothing outrageous. I had ordered the tuna melt and I don't know if the night out is speaking or what... but it hit the spot... the Jalepeno poppers were enjoyed by all that we had to order another one, and one of the girls I was with ordered the strawberry waffle which looked so good, I am already planning a trip backjust to try it.<br />
I was skeptical because of a bad experience i'd had before at Sitton's but our server has definately redeemed the new and improved Andrew's for us. <br />
Don't take my word for it.... Go in there and check it out for yourself. If nothing else you'll definately have something to talk about with all the pictures on the wall and the othe memorabelia (sp?) that add to the decor. <br />
HollywoodNative posted on 12/19/2006
You don't come here for the food, You don't come here for the coffee (They have a 3 cup rule, you only get 2 refills then you have the repurchase) along with all sorts of other policy that reads like a penal code. The Waitresses are more concerned about their vanity and sex life than your food aging and decomposing on the cooks ledge and are offended that you are impatient enough that you interrupted their conversation that one of them cussed me out and I was expelled by her in a fury of "Get the F--- out of my restaurant." Management heard the whole thing and told me it was my problem and it wasn't until she went of the deep end telling customers that she hoped they choked to death and chasing a large party out of the restaurant for not tipping her very poor service that they finally fired her and what do you know, 4 months later, she got rehired... Poor food, the first restaurant I have been to that is oppressive of its customers, you go there for the depravity of watching psychotic waitresses having psychological episodes lives like you would watch a rat in a cage get a shock over and over. If it weren't for such a large customer population of really really kewl people, I would be looking for the red button to nuke this place, but the customers that go there are some of the friendliest sincere people I have ever met... Just don't come hungry and if one of the waitresses go postal, expect that management will be egging them on, not disarming them.
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