A lot of great original detail despite several renovations. Interior has original floor tile, stools, curved roof with old mural at each end. Mural is rumored to have been painted in the 1950's by a homeless man in exchange for food. 1934 Silk City manufacturer. There are fewer and fewer of these around. Ignore any bad reviews going back more than a year since ownership changed hands. I enjoyed my breakfast and hope to go back soon for other meals. The burger ordered by a nearby customer looked thick, hand formed and juicy. Now, do not compare 5 stars for an old diner with 5 stars for a modern restaurant. It is what it is supposed to be.
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