Less than a year ago, Norton's Diner opened right next to its namesake parent/affiliate, Norton's Sports Bar.
While this is not fancy place, it is not a dive, either, but rather just a good place to eat. You can fill up without being all too worried about draining your bank account or maxing out your credit card.
Working class people will stop by for a quick bite as do lots of retirees, the later especially between 4 pm and 7 pm, when dinner specials are just $5.95 including a salad and a glass of wine.
The menu is quite diverse, ranging from burgers and fries, over the best wings in town and some excellent steaks, to seafood items and home-made dinners.
Friday features another special, the very delicious battered fish.
A few months ago, Norton's Diner also branched out into breakfast, and after sampling the majority of their traditional breakfast items, the only thing I am now staying away from is their oatmeal. It just does not compare to the one served at Bob Evans; but then again, nobody in town seems to be able to match or surpass Bob Evans' oatmeal.
The Diner also caters to the sports bar next door, so that anybody who wants to watch a game on the big screen in there can easily get their meal served at the sports bar.
Personally, I prefer the smoke-free environment of the Diner to the smoke wafting through Sports Bar any day.
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