Eating at the oldest restaurant in LA

The Saugus Cafe was opened in 1886, and being situated besides a railways station, this was a popular food joint for all the rail passengers back then. From the outside, it looks dull and historic era dated, but in the inside, it looks clean and well kept. The waiter staff was very helpful and helped us decide on something. We ordered the NY steak, it was good, well cooked and as how we wanted. I heard their breakfast is good as well. I will come back to have a taste at how their egg benedicts are.

It is the history of this place, that gives a nice old world charm here. Nice place to come for a meal.

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I love to travel and find various experiences for me and my pet. Apart from my pet, I love gardening and crafting. I travel around the city to find interesting spots that quench my love for pets and crafts.

Los Angeles County, CA

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