11435 W Oakland Park Blvd, Sunrise, FL 33323, USA

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Samuel Romans March 19, 2020 10:51 pm

Me and my boyfriend went out to eat at the About Time Cafe and Craft Pizza about an hour before they closed. Service was super friendly and they made sure to make us feel at home and like we had no need to rush. The pizza and pancakes were delicious! And as you can see pretty big portions. The decor in the cafe is charming and totally not your regular cafe. I loved it and would recommend everyone to go here!

Alejandro Rodriguez March 17, 2020 2:44 am

I’ve gone to this place several times. I love it. You won’t find any other mom and pop diners like this in the area. Whenever I have a guest from out of town I always take them here to get a traditional American breakfast. The consensus is that they love this place too. I normally pick a random sandwich; each one has been delicious so far. So the food is good, nice relaxing atmosphere, friendly service. Highly recommended!

Nina Simone March 9, 2020 8:32 pm

Love this cafe! It looks like a retro beach diner. They have tvs music playing in the background and toys for kids. What could be better than for them to provide something for the kids while we eat peacefully. The food is good and the staff is super friendly. I will definitely be back!

Gonz July 19, 2019 12:32 pm

I’ve been wanting to eat at this place for a while and finally today was the day. The food was so delicious and flavorful, everything tasted fresh. I’ll be back for more. I’m hooked!

Sharon Iwasa Perkins March 16, 2019 2:18 pm

St. Patty’s weekend was our first visit here, around 9:15 A.M. We got Robin as our server. I said to my hubby,”The Internet says she’s the best server here.” He said,”Of course she is. Look at how personable she is.” She was warm, welcoming, knowledgeable of the menu and cheerful.

Steve ordered the from scratch corned beef hash. They offered scratch or traditional. The scratch recipe included tons of fresh garlic, chunks of corned beef and potatoes fine diced with a few larger potato chunks (see photo). He ordered breakfast potatoes on the side with white toast, buttered. Real butter was on the table, along with half and half mini cups and jam.

I ordered a veggie omelet with American cheese; it was moist and delicious. The bread choices were white, wheat or rye toast or a bagel. I opted for tomatoes in the side.

This is a nice neighborhood breakfast place with a fresh, homey feel.