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The Uptown Diner is a popular neighborhood spot, serving from early in the morning to late at night. Inside, with an atmosphere that feels like a side-of-the-highway haven, you"ll find a menu focused on diner staples like sandwiches and bacon and eggs, usually for under $10. If you're dining Thursday to Saturday between 3 and 11 p.m., you can head back a couple of generations and get a cheeseburger, fries and malt for $9.25.
They are more interested in getting you in, taking your money, and getting you out than serving you. They definitely do not like groups of more than 4. - expect to be put off.
Food is so-so. Customer service is lousy.
A well-known weekend spot for those coming from the bar or waking up wth hangovers, apparently. Spare yourself the grief.
A good diner should have breakfast all day long, and all night long for that matter because when the party is over and the bars close, god knows you don't want to be scrambling eggs all alone. The Uptown, through all its recent re-locations and despite the dancing Lucy, Snoopy and Linus statues outside the door of the current, spic-and-span venue, is, first and foremost a diner. Its menu covers all manner of breakfast - Tex Mex and Cajun eggs; omelets with fried peppers, onions, cheese;... More »
Yeah, we know. The New Uptown Diner doesn't technically serve a brunch (that is, the word doesn't exist on the menu), but on Sundays it's open until 3:30 p.m. and will happily serve you excellent eggs Benedict. The black T-shirt-and-denim-clad servers strike just the right balance between affability and promptness, a welcoming comfort--no, necessity--known all too well by those recovering from Saturday night's celebrations. Servers here realize that the customers like to chat but prefer to... More »
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