In virtually each of the past ten years, my wife and I have stayed in the Penn Club in 44th Street during our annual visit to New York, and every day during each of our visits we have breakfasted in the Red Flame near the Algonquin Hotel. By now, most of the staff know us and greet us warmly each year. In the midst of busy midtown New York, it is possible to find the comfort, ease and character that readers of American literature and habitués of American movies expect from the traditional American diner - where breakfast is often the best meal of the day. If you're ever staying in the City, anywhere east of Times Square between 40th and 48th, you can count on a great example of the usual variety of American diner food and service at the Red Flame. You'll find it's a great start to your day in the City that never sleeps - and it's there if you need it any other time of day with friendliness and dependability. It's part of the great charm of a great City.
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