The Blue Benn Diner is a treasure - an historic rail car, tin-can like with a bar and booths. Bob Dylan sings "like a rolling stone," and you're transported to a simpler time, waiting for your burger and Indian pudding with ice cream. Go!
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If you are looking for a big or fancy restaurant, the Blue Benn is not for you but if you are looking for good food this is the place to go. Eight of us were traveling through town and were looking for a place for...More
Diner straight out of 50's-60's. Efficient friendly service with excellent food. Ample portions with being overwhelming. reasonable prices with very good range of menu choices, seemed very popular with the locals always a good sign. It is not large and as a result can be...More
Found this unassuming tiny diner by accident when we passed through Bennington and decided to visit the Visitors Center. We found our way to the place and entered a small waiting area outside dining area. There was a well worn sign which advised staying there...More
Stopped for lunch and stepped into a slice of nostalgia. Really nice breakfast. Eggs Benedict were nice and runny and the hollandaise just right. Pancakes and hash were very good. Honor system for seating. Price is right and service very good and homey.
I usually don't go to the same restaurant twice when traveling. However, we've been 3 times in the span of a month. We haven't been disappointed yet. Every thing ordered has been great. Bring cash, they don't accept credit cards.
Decided to go here after narrowing it down to the top 3 on trip advisor. SO glad we chose this charming, delicious, authentic diner. The setting is perfect, the original diner building is so cool. The service was pretty good. But the food was absolutely...More
I usually love the diners in these old cars...and these ladies were hustling. I had an omelet and it was so over cooked. I hope this is just a bad meal and is not the norm. Coffee was good. Since we were traveling I may...More