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Tips on Finding Good Diners
Use these following tips to find a local diner that serves exceptional food at a great price:

Tip #1: Clean diners are good diners.
Diners cook all your food when you order it, from hamburgers hot off the grill to old fashioned hand-spun milkshakes. Because of this, you want to make sure your diner is clean. Nobody expects you to go behind the food counter and examine the cooking equipment, but take note of your surroundings. Are the tables and chair clean? How about the utensils? If these areas are dirty, chances are the rest of the diner is dirty too. Dirty diners aren't places where you want to eat.

Tip #2: The atmosphere makes the diner.
If you're tired of modern chain restaurants with their manufactured interiors, try visiting a diner for change of view. The best are decorated according to the owner's taste, and many of the diners are retrofitted to showcase America's modern past. This can include a jukebox or old soda fountains, which were once all the rage at diners.

Tip #3: Check out special menu items.
Every diner is different. Maybe a diner on one side of town serves up exceptional cherry pie, while another diner is known for its chili. If you're unsure what to order, ask the waitress what they recommend.

Tip #4: Craving breakfast for dinner?
It's late at night, and instead of eating a traditional dinner, you're craving waffles and bacon. While most restaurants only serve breakfast during breakfast hours, diners have all day menus. That means whatever the day and time, if the item is on the menu its available for cooking. So go ahead and order that porterhouse steak for breakfast.

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Atlantic Pizzeria
Atlantic Pizzeria, 171 Atlantic Ave., Freeport, Freeport, NY 11520
Frank Napoli runs Atlantic Pizzeria, which features the specialties of his mother, Teresa. For more info visit http://take5five.net/
(14) Reviews Write a review
(516) 623-5645
User Review: "Delicious, great value and the space was surprisingly really nice for a pizza place." - andrew (FL)
Old Westbury Diner
4 Glen Cove Road, Old Westbury, NY 11568
At the Old Westbury Diner, we want you to feel like you’re at home and this is your own kitchen. That's why we'll never turn away a customer.
(516) 246-9201
Zomicks Bakery
85 Inip Dr, Inwood, NY 11096
This is one of those restaurants where the health is the priority. Offering a wide range of baked products, mainly kosher - Zomick's is the perfect place for a healthy daily consumption.
(1) Review Write a review
(516) 239-3980
User Review: "Great chocolate cakes there. I've always visited zomick's with my children and they always picked a new desert. Always..."
Dudek Polish Bakery Inc
1635 Great Neck Rd Ste 7, Copiague, NY 11726
(631) 841-3465
Michelles 110 Diner
756 Broadway, Amityville, NY 11701
(631) 789-4272
Bay Village Diner
236 Broadway, Amityville, NY 11701
(631) 693-9003
Rivera Restrnt Diner
756 Broadway, Amityville, NY 11701
(516) 598-3805
South Bay Diner
185 Sunrise Hwy, Lindenhurst, NY 11757
(631) 884-0700
Lindencrest Diner Inc
330 W Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst, NY 11757
(631) 226-1010
Lindenhurst Diner
195 Montauk Hwy, Lindenhurst, NY 11757
(631) 957-6650
Infinity Diner
663 Route 109, West Babylon, NY 11704
(631) 884-6321
MVP Diner
871 W Montauk Hwy, West Babylon, NY 11704
(631) 422-1687
Terrace Diner
585 Sunrise Hwy, West Babylon, NY 11704
(631) 587-8480
Massapequa Diner Inc
4420 Sunrise Hwy, Massapequa, NY 11758
(516) 799-5234
Spartan Diner
1580 Broadhollow Rd, Farmingdale, NY 11735
(631) 293-8633

Diner restaurants have become a classic part of the American cuisine tradition. These establishments possess a long tradition of providing hearty food, diverse menus, and a casual dinning environment. Diners—the word being derived from “dinner car”—began popping up as a stationary replacement to lunch wagons, and were often created from old railroad dining cars that were no longer in commission. While many people debate over the exact definition of what a diner restaurant is, there seems to be a few common themes: to start out with, most diners will have steel counters and swivel chairs; they will also usually serve coffee, be open twenty-four hours a day, and may or may not have a jukebox; finally, diner restaurants will usually have food available all day long, but for any type of meal. For example, you will be able to visit to local roadside diner and order lunch for dinner, dinner for breakfast, and breakfast for brunch. Many popular diners also crop up along interstates and highways, and are often known for having amazing pies on their menu. If you happen to be driving past one of these dining establishments, stop in and experience American food at its finest! For some of these places, you will also be able to get take-out or delivery options if they are part of a larger franchise. Diners are a huge, if underestimated, part of our history representing a simpler, happier time in our culture. Stop in, buy a piece of pie, have a cup of coffee, and reminisce over times gone by with the man on the stool next to you.
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