we eat here a lot. never had anything bad. AND they seam to be open when others are not during off season
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We made a special trip to this diner to see a duo singing oldies. They made the dining experience special. This diner offers a variety on the menu everything from fried green beans to New Mexico cuisine. We enjoy beef enchiladas and chili rellenos, both...More
This will be one of our go to spots each trip to Red River. My husband ate a hamburger that had cream cheese on it (cant remember the name). His exact words were, "this is one of the best burgers I have ever eaten."
This place was recommended by locals, and it was worth it! My husband and I both had sandwiches- he the french dip and I had tuna salad. We sat outside so I can’t comment on indoor atmosphere, but service was good and food was excellent-...More
Always a great breakfast here!! Love the names of all their different dishes & the ambiance is throwback classic Americana! On this last visit got the John Wayne coffee mug & that made my day! This is a small Mom & Pop and the food...More
Although you would think a diner would be the last place to eat "healthy", we were impressed at how accommodating this place was. Before we left our lodging we looked at quite a few menus to try to gauge the best place to meet our...More
Stupid here in April during off season. Just a few restaurants open so we tried Yesterdays Diner. Had burgers, fries and onion rings. Service was very nice - locals who owned the restaurant. Will stop in again.
We had breakfast here in the off season. The waiter was very friendly, they served the food nice and hot, and the diner itself has lots to look at. Had the ham and cheese omelet and the french toast, both were good. Had really good...More
We were referred here by a local! We have pretty much eaten everywhere in Red River for past 6 years except here. Well, we can't say that anymore :) So, we went for a late breakfast and was not dissappointed at all! The portions were...More
On a recent excursion we found ourselves in Red River at lunch time. Walked in one place in this small town and although there was plenty of staff, no one acknowledged us, thus we turned around and walked out. Next stop was Yesterday’s. Atmosphere was...More