Brought to fame by a front-page series in the New York Times last fall, this great local diner serves classic American breakfasts with some interesting twists. We indulged in the pork-lover's omelette that included bacon, sausage, ham and god-knows what else from the pig. It was both generous and delicious. The diner is located in a lovely, historic red-brick building on the beautifully landscaped and fountained central square of downtown Elyria. And while your stopped, be sure to wander over to 'the falls' just a few blocks away - an impressive sight that's under-signed and under-appreciated. It's well worth the detour to take in this local classic, and don't forget to buy an "I Ate at Donna's" T-shirt before you depart.
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