WAS the best diner in Salem. Johnny Pesky of Red Sox fame used to eat there every AM. Bought out by Salem State College. Thanks a pant load Salem State!
Located in an old trailer, it was an interesting place for a good quality, inexpensive breakfast. There were busy, but service was still fast.
Restaurant tucked a way by the harbor in bass harbor. Great view of the harbor and the docks with colorful lobster traps. You are so close to the water you can watch the tide come in. Food was great and there is an outdoor patio. The restaurant is is near the Bass harbor lighthouse.
This is a great original local diner to go for breakfast. The portions, price and service is great. They also service a fantastic lunch!
I go here every so often. I've never been disappointed with whatever I eat and the prices are unbeatable! The waitresses are super friendly and wait to get your food is very short!
when on a road trip to the US from the UK i found diners a real treat as its something different. My husband and i had a great breakfast of bacon and eggs. The food was nicely cooked and it was great value .The service was quick and the waitress very friendly . Classic old rail car diner.
While staying in Salem, I stopped in this old fashioned diner made from an old train car, the way they used to be, and had a really wonderful breakfast. The bacon was crips and not greasy, nor were the home fries greasy. The poached eggs were cooked perfectly, not runny, and the service was quick - I will definitely go... More
Great place, one of your classic rail car type diners. Food is very good, and the other guest are great to talk too.
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