The Roadside Diner was featured in both Bon Jovi's 1994 Crossroad album cover and Bruce Springsteen's "Girls in their Summer Clothes" music video.
In Seinfeld, George, Jerry, and Elaine ate at Tom's. Ownership stems from 1940. Diners return for Greek salads, lumberjack breakfasts, and hot turkey sandwiches.
Vintage decor and discreet servers add to the charm. l'heure, salmon burgers, breakfast burritos, open-face sandwiches, gyros, and Indian pudding
Only 15 seats remain. It was built in 1927. Tuna salad sandwiches and tuna melts are popular. Only a few Pollards survive.
The diner opened in 1946. A turquoise vinyl booth or a counter seat may be your best bet for a 1950s or 1960s Southern supper.
The Oasis Diner was built in New Jersey and shipped to Indiana by rail in the 1950s. Diet Coke, patty melts, pie slices and breaded pork tenderloin all on the menu.
Rick's White Light Diner is one of Frankfort's oldest restaurants. It has been open since 1944 and includes historical relics on the walls.
Mickey's is open 24 hours a day during the year and serves pancakes, chili, eggs and burgers.
A century of Lou Mitchell's Diner. It's the start of Chicago's Route 66. Breakfast and lunch options cover all bases. Popular orders are the ethereally flossy omelettes.