Alice no longer runs Alice’s. Brian Stone is now the owner/proprietor, and his sister Pam fills in part time (70 hours/week).
I am biased here; I like this kind of restaurant …the type that is descended from the traditional diner. These places are disappearing. When I lived in different parts of North America, there are sections where these places no longer exist. The chains have run them out.
But this one survives, at 1901 County Street / Route 138 in Dighton.
Alice’s is open at 4 a.m. through lunch, Mondsay through Thursday and until 8 pm on Friday. On weekends they are open until 1 p.m. An excellent coffee is a must in this type of place. Alice’s serves an excellent medium to mild roast coffee. Like other diner-type restaurants that we are gifted with in the area, they have an extended menu and most of the food is good to very good.
Alice’s is most known for their homemade corned beef hash and their chourico hash. There is nothing more comforting than chourico hash and eggs with Alice’s tremendous home fries. If that frightens the diet out of you, they do have more diet friendly entrees.
The wait-staff at Alice’s wear t-shirts that read, “where the coffee is always fresh, and so are the waitresses.” It’s true, they might give you some sass, feel free to give it back, just smile when you do give it back.
Contact them at 508-669-9062 and at www.aliceslaststop.com.