We called to here on our way to Pier 78 to have a great day visiting the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. We got a table for our party of 8 and the place was half full. Food was ok and good value my...More
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Crossing 34th street en route to the FDR I passed this Diner. Completely forgot that there are these little gems hidden away in Manhattan. I had chicken parmigiana with spaghetti, my partner had meat loaf. Large portions, so unless your starving be prepared for a...More
Stumbled on this place after walking the High Line early one morning. Delicious, large breakfasts for a very reasonable price in a very nice old school feel diner. Place was busy when we went in but we were attended to quickly. Appeared to be a...More
This is a great diner. We went a couple of times for breakfast and also for coffee and cake. Food very good, pleasant staff and place felt like what I imagined an American diner to be like.
After a 4 hour walk came across this authentic diner in need of a drink and food. Had a great fried egg sandwich and massive slice of cheesecake. Fantastic find great value. Big plates big helpings
We didn't know anything about this diner except that it was right where we needed to find a place to eat. What a find! The menu is extensive (as a diner's should be), the pastries and desserts are temptingly on display (as a diner's should...More
Passed by this diner every day on the way to the convention centre, day 2 onwards I went in to eat. Great selection of dishes to choose from, friendly and fast service and I kept going back.
This diner has most of the food basics. I had the huevos rancheros for one meal. The sauce was tasty and it felt very southern for breakfast. The other meals are pretty basic. We even had a bagel here. You can do better for bagels...More