Reviews on Diner food in Riverhead, New York, United States. Riverhead is a town within Suffolk County, New York, on the north shore of Long Island. As of the 2010 census, the population was 33,506. The town rests on the mouth of the Peconic River, from which it derives its name. Since 1727, Riverhead has been the county seat of Suffolk County. The smaller hamlet of Riverhead lies within it, and is the town's principal economic center. The town is 166 miles (267 km) southwest of Boston via the Orient Point-New London Ferry, and is 76 miles (123 km) northeast of New York City.
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4 based on 55 reviews
This diner was established in 1932 and is in the heart of downtown Main Street. Currently serving breakfast and lunch daily. Dinner Friday and Saturday nights. Home style cooking at reasonable prices.
Tucked away on Main Street in downtown Riverhead youâll find this local establishment. A trifold menu lists a variety of omelettes, burgers, sandwiches and more than a couple local specials that feature Polish sausage, kielbasa. Small tables create an intimate atmosphere.The restaurant is actually a small trailer converted to a diner. Locals prefer this to fancy settings or larger accommodations. If youâre in search of basic good food you need look no further. Service is typical of small towns.
4 based on 51 reviews
I can't rate a cash only business that doesn't maintain a clean bathroom as anything more than three stars. Also, the waitress was pretty inattentive and never asked how the food was or if we wanted more beverages. It is, quite frankly, a dive. With that said, the food is fresh, good, and CHEAP. Three people can eat for less than $20 if you keep an eye on the beverage prices before ordering.
Just ate breakfast but would eat here again.The hash - my husband had it - was delicious and I had poached eggs which were perfect. The place has been around since the thirties, as pictures and newspaper clippings will attest, and a very nice Latin couple expertly sling out the breakfasts as the owner puffs around the place. Oh yes, we had grits! Very unusual for the Northeast but they were very good. Music from the fifties and sixties are on tap and we ate at the counter and found the place a little time capsule and enjoyable.
3 based on 59 reviews
First & last time visiting PECONIC DINER. Spoke to staff member regarding our concern with food taking 40mins to be sent to our table. Staff member screamed out in front of other customers "what do you think we're GOD they only have two hands!" other customers were shocked as my group of 5 which included my mom for mothers day breakfast. Believe his name was Gus. That is NO way to talk to paying customers or ANYONE period. Because we are paying customers we have the right to inquire about OUR food! I will never step foot back in here nor will I ever refer anyone to this place. Place is out dated, and customer service is bad.
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