Reviews on Diner food in Corona, New York, United States. Corona is a neighborhood in the borough of Queens in New York City. It is bordered by Flushing to the east, Jackson Heights to the west, Forest Hills and Rego Park to the south, Elmhurst to the southwest, and East Elmhurst to the north. Corona has a multicultural population with a Latino majority, and is the site of historic African American and Italian American communities. After World War II, the majority of the neighborhood's residents were mostly Italian, German, Irish and of other European ancestries. Corona also has a significant Chinese population.
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4 based on 161 reviews
Jackson Hole Burgers are family owned restaurants that opened their saloon doors in 1972. Born and raised in New York City our family run establishment have (arguably) been serving up the best burgers in the entire country. You can expect the best and fin
This was our first time eating here. We found it on Trip Advisor. We really enjoyed eating here. They offered a full diner type menu-breakfast and brunch selections, burgers(7 oz), salads, vegetarian panini or wraps, sandwiches,desserts, milkshakes, smoothies and coffee drinks. I had challah French toast with fruit. My husband had an omelette with cheddar cheese and mushrooms. Both our orders included fresh orange juice and coffee. Everything was freshly prepared and very tasty. In addition we had very good service. If we are in this area again we will definitely eat here. One other thing - they have both indoor and outdoor seating.
4 based on 141 reviews
My husband and I had dinner at this diner two nights ago. We both liked their food, the ambiance and the service.I ordered the eggplant parmigiana dinner, which was delicious. The Rhode Island Clam Chowder was also very tasty. My husband ordered pork chops. He found them to be a bit dry/overcooked but he enjoyed them, nonetheless. Our server was very attentive and welcoming.We plan to go back next time we are in the area.
4 based on 254 reviews
This great little place was just down the block from my hotel, and Iâm so glad it was. Super friendly staff, from our server to the manager and cook/chef. The dinner portions were huge! If you order a dinner, be prepared to eat a ton of food, the meals themselves were large, but add the breads, the salads and pasta, and your got an idea of the amount you are served. The menu is both old school diner with burgers, sandwiches, and breakfasts, as well as fajitas, paninis, souvlakia, pasta and a whole variety of other options. I loved this little place. If I lived in Queens, this would be a regular haunt for me
4 based on 114 reviews
First of all, Georgia Diner moved last Spring to the Nevada Diner site, 80-26 Queens [email protected] Avenue. Met a friend there for an early dinner, so the place was mostly empty; by the time we left around 7 pm, it was almost full. The staff was very pleasant ad attentive, frequenly coming around to refill water glasses (and later coffee cups). Food was good - I had the moussaka, which was made with potatoes as well eggplant, my friend had the tilapia with vegetables and rice, which she enjoyed. portions were large and came with a salad or soup, and something I hadnât seen in years, a triple serving dish of cole slaw, pickled beets and three bean salad. Unfortunately we had no room for dessert, but next time weâll leave room! Because the ratings segment below was not respondÃng on my tablet: Service 5; Food 4; Value 5.
4 based on 18 reviews
Came here for breakfast after my fiance told me how good it is. I absolutely loved it! It had a real "diner" feel to it, and the waitress was fantastic. She even carried our plates old school, on her arm, instead of on a carrier. The food was really good, and it was great to get home fries without peppers, a rarity it seems in New York. Very pleased with this place, and will return again.
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