The West Shore Diner's repurposed trailer seems to have rolled right out of the mid-20th century. Behind its blue-and-red paint job, guests chew on comfort food at the counter—everything from eggs and bacon to roast turkey. Breakfast is a popular time to stop by, and the friendly servers pour the first refillable cups of coffee at 5 a.m.
A casual diner, Park Place Diner and Restaurant encourages patrons to sit back and enjoy their experience. No need to miss out on Park Place Diner and Restaurant just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has loads of options that can accommodate your dietary needs. Bring the whole clan to Park Place Diner and Restaurant — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here. With its spacious interior, Park Place Diner and Restaurant is a great choice for big groups and celebrations.
If you're strapped for time, take out food from Park Place Diner and Restaurant.
Park Place Diner and Restaurant provides easy access to an adjacent lot.
A visit to Park Place Diner and Restaurant will set you back less than $30 per person, so you can make it a regular part of your schedule. Reviewers heap high praise on the restaurant's brunch menu, but lunch and dinner are also available.
A simple, homey sign and no-frills brick façade welcome visitors to the laid-back environs of The Hampstead Diner, where laminated menus elicit stomach rumbles with a seemingly endless supply of homemade eats. At breakfast, peppers, potatoes, onions, and eggs sink into skillets and scrambles, and plates of belgian waffles crowned with cutlets of fried chicken forge a delicious truce betwixt the worlds of sweet and savory. Diners perched upon wooden park benches happily chow down on morning or midday meals, which include Reuben sandwiches, chili-topped dogs, and freshly ground, hand-pattied burgers.
Martha and Mary's is open seven days a week, serving up savory breakfast eats and lunch and dinner plates for any untimely hunger attack. Early birds can indulge in the breakfast pizza, a growing cult creation of freshly baked pizza crust crowned with premium toppings that run the gamut from home fries to scrambled eggs ($8.99 and up for a 14-inch large). Lunch and dinnertime hunger havers can indulge in a wide array of creative fare such as crab-adillas, a crab-infused quesadilla ($8.99), or pretzel-melt combo meals, which layer turkey, ham, bacon, and melted pepper jack on a pretzel roll with a helpful thirst quencher and choice of side ($7.99).
The Classic Diner has always intended its name to be a little tongue-in-cheek. Most diners, after all, do not encourage customers to customize their eggs benedict order with a layer of ahi tuna. A similarly upscale culinary approach informs all of the "diner's" menu items, elevating roadside mainstays to the level of an upscale restaurant's choicest dishes. Apple sausage and turkey-pepper hash accompany eggs done any way, from scrambled to drizzled directly into an open mouth. Omelets arrive stuffed with a smorgasbord of fresh veggies. Fried jalapeños can be easily stacked atop char-grilled Angus burgers. Lunch, served until 3 p.m., ventures outside of the diner definition with parmesan-crusted chicken with saffron risotto and sautéed steak tips in a red-wine demi-glace.