Feltner's is an institution. It's also across the street from an institution. Hmm.
I always thought it looked like an old Howard Johnson's (you must be at least 40 years old to ride this reference).
The dining area:
And kitchen have probably not changed in (however long) they've been open. $2.71 for a large order of fries. What's with the random prices?
FELTNER: I think I'll charge $2.71 for a large order of fries.
FELTNER'S WIFE: Why $2.71? Why not just $2.70 or $2.75? or $2.80 for that matter?
FELTNER: You don't understand business economics, woman!
The Grunion was so tired from the road he didn't even care.
GRUNION: Coffee...fifty two cents? WTF? Don't they have a Venti?
15 MINUTES LATER, we got this GIANT bag of fries. It was odd. The fries smelled like the oil was scorched, but they didn't taste scorched. In fact, they tasted fine. Better than fine. They tasted good. $2.71 turned out to be a great price for 60-odd fries that were above average in taste. 8 out of 10.
Oh, I also hear that they have burgers...