A 50’s style diner with good food, friendly service and reasonable prices. It is a step back intime.
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Great atmosphere. Like you stepped back in time. Right size portions and exactly what you’re looking for in a diner. Will definitely be back.
Small place, hometown feel. If you get there at the wrong time, you will wait a bit. Breakfast was good. Had the western omelette, home fries and toast. Portions were not very big. Service was just ok. FYI- they only take cash or checks, no...More
Visited Quaker on a Sunday morning....and so did MANY others! Long wait but worth It as we sipped coffee at the counter and took in the Sunday scene! Very nice staff, cool retro surroundings from a throw back time and eventually...great food! Go and enjoy...More
The food is good, the service is friendly and the feel is of a 1950's diner ... no, not a retro diner made to look like the 50's but a real one. If you like that feel, you will enjoy Quaker Diner. It's cash only...More
I've encountered some amazing diners this one is pretty good. I like the use of seasonal fruit used in recipes. My family enjoyed the meal, but we did not like the wait.
My wife and I went to the Quaker Diner for breakfast for the first time last week. It was entirely serendipitous; we were driving to a different restaurant when this one caught our eye and we decided to take a chance. We walked in at...More
This is a spot that regardless of what you want for BFast you can be happy The menu is a go to food list and they have cleaned the place up. Well worth a wait here all day
I have been going here on and off for 20 years now. Way back food was a bit better but I think its slipped a bit to very basic diner food. No imagination here, just the basics basically prepared. So as long as you're not...More
We are regulars for breakfast. The food is fresh, quantities appropriate and the prices good. My husband always asks for grilled onions in his home fries and they are yummy. Marilyn and Michelle are the nicest waitresses around. Don't miss it!