Pros - Easy to find on the main street in St. James (Jefferson St.). Large variety on the menu. 50's classic car decor. Homemade chips
Cons - The main area is "smoking" whereas the room off to the side in "non-smoking", although the non-smoking dining area is larger. Sandwich took almost 30 minutes to arrive.
We had lunch at Diana's on a Saturday at noon. Diner was about 50% full. service was good. Wife and I both ordered Paninis. They did take almost 30 minutes, but the server was checking on us and giving updates. If we would have been on a lunch hour, it would have been an issue. This was the only reason we did not give Diana's an "exellent" rating. If you are looking for a quaint, interesting diner, this is a "must stop" along old route 66. Oh, BTW, the Paninis were excellent! Home made bread. AND home made chips! Wow.We ended up taking half the sandwiches home and heating them up for follow up enjoyment.
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