If you like diner food, including homemade pies and desserts, you will love Diner 22. Its interesting shape is due to its originally being a mail car on the railway, later becoming a train dining car. According to the story on the menu, the family that owns the diner bought it in 1946. In the process of transporting it to the area the diner fell off the truck. Where it landed is its present location on Highway 22 (William Penn Highway) near Alexandria, PA! The staff is friendly and seem to know most customers. The menu consists of inexpensive diner food, and the atmosphere is comfortable.
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