4 based on 19 reviews
This is a small diner in a shopping center / large strip mall. It's decorated with sports memorabilia and from what I could tell, Yankees and Mets get equal billing. I've eaten breakfast here a few times, although they serve lunch and possibly dinner, not sure about dinner. The breakfast menu isn't as extensive as at the bigger diners, but they have the basics and more. There are several omelet options and other egg dishes. I don't eat eggs, but my friend had an omelet and it was huge and came with potatoes and toast. She wound up taking part of it home. I ordered an English muffin and a side of bacon, extra crispy. The bacon was excellent, nothing rubbery in it. It was also a very generous portion that I had to force myself to finish. Prices are very reasonable.
4 based on 124 reviews
Glenâs is your typical vintage American diner. A few of our favorites include the best youâve ever had, corn beef hash by itself or their classic concoction, the Idaho. Iâll leave it to your imagination . We also love their monkeys-banana pancakes-blueberries too. The space is not that small but thereâs always a line outside on the weekends. Well worthy of your visit.
4 based on 80 reviews
The Infinity Diner is a good Long Island diner. My husband and I were in the mood for some greasy thick burgers and fries. The Infinity Diner served them up for us!
3 based on 59 reviews
Called before we went with a party of forty after a funeral. We were seated within minutes of arriving. The service was wonderful. They took our drink orders first and then our food orders. The food came out all together and no one had to wait. It all looked very delicious and everyone said it was. The portions were huge and a lot of people asked for boxes. The staff kept on checking to see if we needed anything. The manager also came over to make sure everything was going well. We have eaten here before for breakfast. The menu is very diverse something for everyone.
4 based on 33 reviews
We used to frequent this diner when we lived on the Island 1996-2002 and we make sure to visit each summer and each winter when we visit family. The menu is classic Greek diner. All meal periods are equally terrific! How they remember us is amazing. My favoriteaspect is the fact that they are so friendly. Opa!
4 based on 55 reviews
Lindenhurst Diner reopened its doors with new ownership in September of 2016. We offer several services to make your eating experience as memorable and easy as possible; from GrubHub, catering, a full bar, delivery, our gourmet griddle, perfect paninis, h
I ordered pork chops and asked the waiter to have them cooked medium rare. They came out well done. Because of time I ate them. When we paid the owner asked how our dinner was and I compained about the pork chops. He said he went to cooking school & that was how they were supposed to be cooked. I said that in other diners I ask for medium rare & they come out that way. He said they are cooking them wrong and said next time don't order them. I said maybe I would order them at a different diner. He said "good Idea". Nice guy. Good bye Lindenhurst Diner. This is from the internet.""Pork is a very lean meat and dries out very easily if it is cooked too long. There used to be an old husbands tale that pork had to be cooked till well done as it had some sort of worm or something. This is no longer true (if it ever was) and you can now cook pork until it is medium or medium rare. ""and " Use an instant read or a prob thermometer and cook pork to 145 degrees Farenheit, remove from the cooking element (oven,stove top), tent with foil and let rest 3 minutes. '
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