Love S&S, but not this location. We've lived near the LS location for about 10 years. After 3 visits, we finally and regrettably scratched this place off our list of places to eat. Service was very slow, food was literally cold once. I wrote the company what was actually a very cordial email about one negative experience and never got any reply whatsoever. At that point, I realized that they weren't interested in my business, so I decided that although the food is tasty it wasn't worth my time. I've been to other locations that have been good overall, so it might just be the Lee's Summit location on 291.
1950s diner fries up fast-food classics 24 hours a day..
Entering the clean, bright interior is like stepping into an "Archie" comic book. Hurrying across white- and black-checkered floors, staff in crisp white shirts and paper hats take orders, polish chrome and shuffle between booths and the full-service counter. Middle-American diner standards dominate the menu--pickle-covered steak burgers, chili cheeseburgers and thick shakes. Healthier options include chicken, chef and taco salads.
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