People may recall Peg & Bill's Diner in Williamsport and the home-cooked meals and friendly atmosphere of that downtown eatery.
The big Cinema Center now takes up the spot where the restaurant served breakfasts and lunches in the 300 block of West Fourth Street.
Anthony Brown, whose parents ran the restaurant, missed the place.
Last year, he decided to open an establishment at 1410 Memorial Ave under the name Peg & Bill's Restaurant II.
"I wanted to honor my parents," he said, while sitting recently at the restaurant's coffee counter.
Customers can find photos of his parents and other mementos from the former restaurant at the new Peg & Bill's.
Anthony and his partner and girlfriend, Lily McDaniel, serve up an array of meals.
"It's a friendly environment," said McDaniel, who studied culinary arts at Pennsylvania College of Technology. "And there's good food."
And the prices, they say, can't be beat.
Brown calls the prices "scandalously low."
How about a cheese omelette for $3.30?
"I think we are reasonable," McDaniel said. "A family can come in and eat a breakfast."
Where else can you find a place around the area that serves up grits to go with your bacon and eggs?
Plenty of people come for the sunrise breakfasts, home-cooked meals and sandwiches.
"This used to be Leslie's Cafe. We wanted to bring it back as Peg & Bill's," McDaniel said.
Brown, who does the cooking, noted that the restaurant buys local produce and serves up "nothing out of a can."
When he's not too busy in the kitchen, he likes to come out to the dining room and talk to the customers.
Brown said it's nice to try and get a laugh out of patrons.
"A lot of individuals come in here so low," he said. "And I have a lot of fun."
McDaniel said they probably know 75 percent of the people who come to Peg & Bill's.
"I think it makes the customers feel good when you say hi," she said.
The restaurant doesn't do a lot of advertising.
"We are pretty much word of mouth right now," McDaniel said.
Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Thursday thru Saturday, 6 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The restaurant is closed Mondays.