Based on many things we chose the Skyway Cafe. What a wonderful choice it was! But be advised. If you plug the address into your GPS, make sure you have the CORRECT address otherwise you'll be looking between two building trying to figure out where this place is. Go further down the street to 6105 and you'll see an airplane on a pole. The cafe will be on the right side of the street (likely from the direction you enter) and on the left side of a 1930s terminal. A more beautiful building I have not seen in a long time.
Breakfast at the Skyway is, in a word, H-U-G-E. Our two choices, the 1/2 platter of biscuits and gravy and the full chicken fried steak was more than enough for two people to munch. The same gravy was on both items and it was quite tasty. The chicken fried steak was touted at 11 oz. I honestly don't know if that was a before or after battering. That piece of moo took up the place and then some. Eggs were cooked properly and my companion was particularly pleased that the English Muffins were buttered from edge to edge instead of just a dollop in the center.
Service, many have said would be lightning quick. That was not the case. No matter, I didn't want lightning quick service. I wanted to savor the atmosphere, look at the models, watch the planes do bouncers (touch and goes), listen to our chatter as well as others. All the servers made sure your coffee cup was full.
As a retired sailor who spent a lot of time in flight status, this visit was a winner. My pictures include one of the civilian versions of the aircraft I earned my Naval Aircrew Wings on.
GO NAVY...! FLY SKYWAY...!
BUSINESS NOTES: No better way to get all their business info than to have their webite address: http://www.skywaycafe.com/main.html