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Elsie's Diner is a 50's style licensed full service 64 seat diner incorporating the 50's style in both decor as well as food selection. Our diner provides old fashioned home style meals using fresh local ingredients for eat in or take out. From the moment you enter Elsie's Diner you feel like you are stepping back in time. Customers can sit in a booth or a stool at the counter, enjoy our great 50's music and order a meal that they know is made fresh in our kitchen using local ingredients. Our menu includes many old fashioned favorites like mac and cheese, meatloaf and burgers as well as floats, malt shakes and banana splits. There are plenty of nostalgic signs and memorabilia to look at…
This Diner has barely passable pub style food but that is where the good times end. Staff are not friendly, they were asked to substitute French fries for salad due to allergic condition and did so until the bill arrived and charged for salad. Very...More
we planned our morning around some shopping then stopping in here for brunch ,then more shopping on our way home,
well right off the start as we walked in the door the girl at the cash never even acknowledged us, then after a few minutes...More
If you happen to find yourself on Route 6 to Tobermory, you'll doubtless pass this castle of kitch and think 'Nahhh -looks too cute to be any good.' Despite some dissenting opinions on this page, four sophisticated adults -two from Canada and two from Australia,...More
Visited with my husband and 6 year old. My daughter wanted waffles which is a full size meal so I decided I wanted a kids meal hamburger since I was not very hungry. The waitress said I could not order a kids meal... but the...More
Went here for breakfast with a small group during a hockey tournament. The ambiance was nice. I never grew up in the 50’s but would have figured it looked like Elsie’s Diner. Food was reasonable prices and delicious. The Big Bopper keeps you going all...More