A diner's oversized booths and oversized pies have long been a beacon of hope for teens dumped after prom and frowny clowns looking for new novelty-sized props. Take refuge in the crispy crust of an old-fashioned eatery with today's Groupon to Deluxe Town Diner, located in Watertown. Choose one of the following Groupons:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of diner eats (maximum of three per person). You must use this Groupon in one visit.
- For $120, you get a frequent-diner card for $200 worth of diner eats. You can use this card over multiple visits.
Winner of Improper Bostonian's Boston's Best Diner 2010, Deluxe Town Diner serves classic and creative American diner grub within a vintage 1947 setting. Those looking for a hearty breakfast can fill up at any time of the day with a goat cheese and spinach omelette served with thick slices of bacon ($7.25), but Deluxe Town Diner is known for its pancakes, available in six different varieties and served with genuine maple syrup. Take a lunchtime break from the electric shovel factory with a falafel sandwich with sesame tahini ($8.50) or a triple-decker cheeseburger club ($9.95). For dinner, Deluxe Town Diner cooks up simple, classic meals, such as Frank and Beans ($8.95), next to gourmet offerings including chicken picatta ($12.95). The diner's mammoth drink menu washes down diner fare with smooth NYC egg-cream ($2.50) or a bottomless cup of organic fair-trade coffee ($2.25).
The Deluxe Town Diner has been serving the Watertown community since 1947, when it primarily fed factory workers, neighborhood residents, and Charles de Gaulle impersonators. The diner's authentically retro exterior and antique poster-decorated interior make it a pilgrimage for restaurant buffs, but it’s the voluptuous meals and friendly service that compels diners to come back for another round.
- This menu is an excellent combination of traditional diner choices and updated classics. May the blueberry pancakes never change--they are the best. – MarkO3846, Zagat
- I've had amazing food here every time. It's usually a wait for the breakfast/brunch times on the weekend, but seriously it's worth the wait. – Savannah R., Yelp
627 Mount Auburn St.
Watertown, Massachusetts 02472-4103Get Directions