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If you happen to be in Tribeca and are not in the mood for (or cannot afford) one of the neighborhood's famous, ultra-exclusive restaurants, this genuine railway diner will satisfy you for far less. Considering it is a diner, this place is extremely inviting, with pleasant booths and wood paneling. There is standard fare available for a place of this kind, so you will find burgers, fries, pancakes, eggs and Greek salads. Counter space is available for solo diners. Please call for hours.
Shopsin's General Store is actually a restaurant. It has an extensive menu that lists hundreds of soups, sandwiches and other items, in addition to a blackboard full of daily specials. It is full of booths and offers a counter area too. The staff and regulars have a bit of an attitude, but that is part of what makes people like it. This small little diner is very popular, so get there early or be prepared to wait.
Waverly Restaurant is a typical American diner that is open for all 24 hours, seven days a week. The hours and convenient location in Manhattan make it a popular joint for relishing breakfast and light snacks. This eatery is also popular with busy professionals for its flexible pickup and delivery services. It has a bold neon sign outside and unpretentious interiors with dim lighting. Popular menu items include chicken Souvlaki served with Tzatziki sauce, chicken fingers and cheeseburger deluxe. Enjoy challah French toast and silver dollar pancakes for breakfast, and dishes like stuffed clam shells for lunch. This diner has a wide selection of drinks such as malted milk shakes, orange juice, herbal tea, cappuccino floats and wildberry smoothies.
La Bonbonniere is the last of a dying diner breed in the city, where fancier, niche restaurants consistently encroach on the old-school mom-and-pop spots. La Bonbonniere has been a fixture in the neighborhood and most locals don't even know how long its been along this quasi-quiet strip of 8th Avenue. Inside, the diner menu is filled with no-nonsense, stick-to-your-ribs breakfasts. The decor leaves much to be considered, however the homey atmosphere, linoleum floor and shaky tables are all part of the charm.
Located in a lovingly refurbished diner car, Diner fuses the charm of the old with the sleekness of the neighborhood's new trendy attitude; as a result, it has become a spot that is adored by local hipsters. The decor includes chrome stools, linoleum floors, and very low ceilings. Considering how trendy this place is, the dressed-up diner fare is a bargain. Their truly wonderful burgers share the menu with brasserie-style fare like Steak Frites. A must-see!
Eisenberg Sandwich Shop has been serving sandwiches that are just perfect since 1929. Check out their pastrami, corned beef and tuna salad on rye, vanilla egg cream, rice pudding, pastrami sandwich, egg and bacon sandwiches and more with fountain coke or Dr. Brown's Cel-Ray soda. This is a place that may look and feel old, but serves that just proves that quality stands the test of time.
After a brief hiatus, this iconic New York diner was reopened and revived under celebrity chef Amanda Freitag in January 2014. The restaurant offers popular dishes and quintessential comfort foods like matzo ball soup, cheesecakes and much more. The menu comprises of diner food-made-chic, thanks to Freitag's culinary flair. Try the buffalo skate wings or go for the Empire Burger, there is nothing here that will leave you disappointed.
The menu at this Midtown deli ranges from pastrami to pasta, with an impressive variety of tasty sandwich meats. There is roast beef, turkey, brisket and tongue, as well as salads and omelets, among other choices. A whole new generation has discovered this longtime spot in the Garment District. Parents like to bring their children here, as the kiddie menu offers them the chance to scale down both portions and prices. It is a clean place with family-sized tables. Please call ahead for restaurant hours.
This restaurant offers authentic American fare in what is known as the vortex of tourist-friendly entertainment, Times Square. In the true style of diner hangouts, the menu features a little bit of everything from hamburgers and turkey sandwiches to Greek salads and falafel. Most diners really enjoy the homemade ice cream, and there are a number of freshly baked pastries from which to choose. Service is fast, so grab a bite if you are on the run. Another attraction is the singing waitstaff which keeps patrons entertained from start to finish.
This old-time diner oozes nostalgia with its carefully preserved 1950s-diner decor, which includes several vintage Coca Cola bottles, sourced from all over the world, that line its storefront. The menu at the Lexington Candy Shop includes several old-time favorites like egg creams, frosted malts, floats, sundaes and drinks like root beer, which are made the old fashioned way with syrup and carbonated water. The diner’s menu also features a wide array of sandwiches, salads and burgers, along with desserts like cheesecakes and jelly doughnuts.