Being Canadian, one thing I like about heading south is to experience the USA you learn about in film and TV, first hand. I realize it is just shameful, but I was nearly 40 before I first visited New York City, in part because it is so much a part of our shared culture through media, you think at some level "what's the point" ?
Well, in some ways, when I walk through the doors, I felt like I drop through a worm hole into a 1950's setting of a classic Americana diner. I had NEVER been to anything close to it. It seemed a little too shiny and new, but I can forgive them for that. The crew working that day were very friendly, but not in a Stepford Wives kind of way. The service was top notch , the menu was varied, the breakfast dish I ordered was delicous, plentiful and came with as many hot sauces and extras as one could want.
We lucked out finding the place as we were at a nearby mall when we check the GPS to find some place different and non-franchise to eat. The GPS showed the Diner at the Las Vegas Motorcoach Resort was open and close. Man, am I glad we stopped in. It was a nice break from the Vegas strip and l will look forward to heading there the next time I hit Vegas. Jackpot Find !More
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