Eleventh Street Diner
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Miami New Times' Description
This classic Art Deco Paramount dining car served up traditional diner fare in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, from 1948 to 1992, before being shipped and plunked down smack dab, and fittingly, in the heart of South Beach's Art Deco District. All the components of the American diner are here: a long counter that seats sixteen, red-and-white booths, Formica tabletops, 24-hour service, and a menu replete with burgers, Buffalo wings, barbecue ribs, BLTs, blue-plate specials, and brownie hot fudge sundaes, most of which the kitchen prepares with a surprisingly deft touch. Thick malts and milkshakes are good, too. An adjoining room features a full bar and jukebox, and there are tables outside. No matter where you sit, service is unpredictable: sometimes great, sometimes awful.
Tips from foursquare
On an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives Guy Fieri chowed down on specialty dishes like the apple and raisin pork chops.
Argentinian skirt steak is amazing :)
The Best American food I've ever eat!
Diner with a full bar. Life doesn't get much better.
best turkey club
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