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You want dinner theater? Plop your fanny down on one of Tiffany's dozen-plus vinyl-topped stools and eavesdrop on the regulars at this unapologetically greasy... More »
The Courtesy Diner, like the Dude, abides. Whether you want a hearty breakfast to soak up last night's drinks, a late-night slinger to forestall the morning... More »
The Majestic is a welcome dose of humble, stick-to-your-ribs diner fare in the fancy-pants Central West End. Feast on a classic American breakfast of bacon and eggs... More »
You can get your greasy spoon on at the Olivette, a strip-mall eatery serving just breakfast and lunch seven days a week. You can sit in a vinyl booth or at the Formica... More »
Who's up for corned beef and bibimbap? When you just can't decide whether you want bacon and eggs or steamed veggies and rice, satisfy both cravings at what just... More »
Patrons belly up to the Formica counter at the Goody Goody for such quirky specialties as the Wilbur (an omelette bulging with chili, hash browns and... More »
Home of "the hot dog with dignity," featuring Chicago-style grilled dogs topped with a variety of natural and unnatural substances. About a dozen stools inside, plus a few... More »
The culinary genre of food that is "just like Mom used to make" can be found in lunch and dessert form at this old-fashioned drugstore counter and soda... More »
"Eat Rite or Don't Eat At All." So it says on the coffee cups (and the souvenir T-shirts) at this no-frills 24-hour greasy spoon amid the industrial wasteland between... More »
The food at this cheery South Grand spot is so homey, you half-expect it to turn back your sheets and draw you a warm bath. You can get your three squares at City Diner, and... More »
A diner accretes character over time, a patina of grease and cigarette smoke and coffee stains. A new diner can only be a "diner" — a travesty of chrome fixtures and the fake front end of a '57 Chevy, a jukebox loaded with tunes recorded before most of its patrons were born.
Or so I always believed. Yet as I lingered over a cup of coffee and a slice of sweet, tart...
While we’re normally loathe to give props to that eternally fake-tanned, frosted-tip-sporting TV personality Guy Fieri, his love of diners is something any red-blooded American can get behind. And for twenty years now, South Grand institution City Diner has been a pillar of an eternally colorful neighborhood and a purveyor of hearty (and, yes, wonderfully greasy) food. (Grand Center...
Wild cards in the stacked deck of Boston rock bands, Sarah Borges and her band, the Broken Singles, plays torchy country rock and barroom rhythm-and-blues in a brash, soulful style that's built for dancing and drinking — but not just dancing and drinking. The group's idea of a killer cover is the Magnetic Fields' "No One Will Ever Love You," and its concept of art...
We went to City Diner after a show at the Fox Theater tonight. i went ahead of our group to get seats since there were 13 of us. I stood near the hostess desk for a few minutes and the two young ladies working walked past me several times without acknowledging that I was there. After a few minutes of standing there one of them looked at me and said "be with you in...Read Full Review
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