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Monday, 30 May 2016



I like the look of those thinly sliced potatoes. They are just like the ones we had at Bleu Whisk Diner in Lemon Grove. Thin with crisp edges...yes.


Yes! I couldn't remember where else I had seen those potatoes, cc. So simple yet so different.


Marshall Scotty RIP. How many kids birthday parties did that place host over the years? Kinda sad to see how run down it looks.

Soo @ hungryones

Wow! How was Marshall Scotty's? I never made it out there. The coolest birthday party I ever went to was at Farrell's. :-)

Mary Eta's looks cool. Next time I drive up to the mountains I gotta try it.


Marshall Scotty's was 'THE' place for a majority of people who lived in San Diego, Ken. It is sad seeing that it isn't torn down nor maintained and we just have to see it in decay. It's like my home and neighborhood in Detroit; can't go back.

Marshall Scotty's had the first water slide I ever knew of, Soo. Here is a 4 minute YouTube link: Mary Ettas is still a great spot for good food...there's a sausage burger available after breakfast/for lunch that is worth a try.


I love made from scratch breakfast, especially the sausage.


When I commented to our waitress that I love homemade breakfast sausage, she said so many people complain or don't understand what it is on their plate! Then she said that they don't understand the potatoes either. When shopping, we do purchase bulk breakfast sausage when we see it available.

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