The third time’s the charm. Tina’s started in El Sobrante, moved to another location in town. The most recent move was to downtown Pinole. On a Wednesday afternoon the place was packed with people waiting outside for a table.
The food was always good, but if my first visit is any indication, in this attractive new location it just got better … much better.
Breakfast was always the focus at Tina’s but there is now a dinner menu. The lunch dishes at other tables were looking great, especially the crispy chicken salad.
If the other food is like my omelet, this is one of the best places for traditional American food in this part of the East Bay.
Here's what I had rated from A+ to F -
A - ..... Joe’s scramble omelet
B - ..... Home fries
B - ..... Marble rye toast
B + … Mimosa
C + .... Coffee
Service: B + … Very, very good
Ambiance: B + … Very, very good
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