What is it about a diner that just feels so comfy? Especially if it’s a vintage diner. It’s that whole booth thing I think, you feel sheltered, couple that with a steaming hot mug of coffee and, well it makes you slink back and say ahhhhhhh.
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AGREED. Diners are amazing. Breakfast at midnight…fantastic. 🙂
A friend of mine and I used to frequent The Areo Diner in Windham (near Wal-Mart) after he got out of class Thursday evenings, until they randomly started closing early and had a change of attitude towards their customers.
Another good one, and staple in the New London/Groton area-NORM’s! Seriously.
I’m going to have to check out both of those diners you mentioned…I’m going to have to go on tour.
Do it! Let me know when you go to either one…we can have a Kate Social Media meeting if I’m nearby (pending on if I’m up at school or home). ha, ha.
361 Boston Post Road
North Windham, CT 06256-1132
171 Bridge Street
Groton, CT 06340-3605
Marcia….that is a darling place too.
Georgie’s Diner came from New Rochelle, NY…so did I! I wonder what it was called when it was there.
I have two more you can add to your tour:
Olympia Diner in Newington
Orem’s Diner in Wilton
Corey…thanks so much!
Diners are definitely pure Americana. I did this videoblog post on a diner I frequented in Worcester in my undergrad days at WPI. The Boulevard is still there and still serves much of the same traditional fare.
Joe, this is so cool, thank you for posting this here.
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