Historic 20th-century diner serving reasonably priced all-American food including burgers and sandwiches.. In Short The historic downtown diner has been up and running since 1933 and shot to fame when Norman Rockwell used it for his 1958 work, "The Runaway." Inside, classic memorabilia and pictures of celebrities and politicians line the walls. Breakfast and lunch specials served in big portions keep tourists and locals coming back. The corn beef dinner is a favorite along with hamburgers, seafood and steaks. Entrees are priced between $10 and $20.
A lot of history here.
Once was one of the greatest buys in town, great food at low cost but it has lost something since Joe retired. Couldn't find parking at meal times but now it's not so difficult. It is still quaint though.