The Diner of Dallas is not the most modern restaurant, but lives up to the quote painted on the side of the building, "Not good, just good cooking!"
Offering Breakfast, lunch, and dinner, The Diner of Dallas is an old fashion greasy spoon that delivers good, hot food at fair prices, with fast and sassy service. The old school jukebox and fortune telling weight scale helps add to the ambiance of this 50's style cafe. Used to film different TV shows such as, Walker Texas Ranger and ABC's What Would You Do, the Diner of Dallas is full of character!
The Diner of Dallas has a big menu, but breakfast is where it's at! Offering simple, classic breakfast plates including; bacon & eggs, buttermilk pancakes, corned beef hash, migas, eggs Benedict, and biscuits and gravy The Diner of Dallas does a great job of getting the food out hot and fresh! Portions are huge and fairly priced. Although quality is what you might expect at a greasy spoon, they do a good job serving up a satisfying breakfast!
The Diner of Dallas may not offer the most polished or professional service, but they are always friendly and fast! They also offer counter service, which is hard to find in this part of town, and helps make eating alone not so lonely. The decor and ambiance is very eclectic, others might say a bit junky, but none the less the restaurant is clean and comfortable.
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