29 "Diner" Restaurants in New York.
Thai Diner is a practically flawless Nolita restaurant from the team behind Uncle Boons. Eat here.
A good spot for your weekend brunch rotation, but don't rely on it for dinner. Jack's Wife Freda does not get better when the sun goes down.
Reasons to visit Coppelia? It's cheap, it's open 24 hours, and for a diner, it's pretty good. Good enough.
Russ & Daughters is a smoked fish museum of deliciousness that people come from near and far to experience. A true NYC classic.
The New York experience is really about making this gigantic metropolis feel smaller. Viand is one of those places.
Russ & Daughters has finally expanded, after 100 years in business. Now you can sit down in a comfy booth while you enjoy your lox, and it’s glorious.
Sometimes you don’t want brunch. Sometimes you want breakfast at noon. There’s a difference. La Bonbonniere is a Village safe haven from all things hollandaise, and one of the best true breakfast joi…
Tom’s is a Brooklyn classic for breakfast and lunch since 1936. You know what’s kept them in business for so long? Free stuff. That, and really good sausage.
A classic lunch counter that’s been around since 1929 in the heart of Flatiron.
3 Guys doesn't have the best food around, but it's a New York classic and still a great spot for people watching.
The food at Neil's hasn't changed in half a century, but we're okay with that. This Upper East Side diner is a classic.
Golden Diner in Chinatown serves modern diner classics. Unlike most diners, though, it’s worth planning a meal here a week in advance.
Head to G’s Coffee Shop for an affordable breakfast, lunch, or dinner in Inwood.