I'm a big fan of old school traditional diners. I randomly stumbled upon the Snydersville Diner while traveling through the Poconos. Upon walking in, it was clear that this was a traditional old diner much like the one my grandmother worked in many years ago. It's nothing fancy. There's plenty of chrome all around. It looks like it hasn't changed one bit in the decades it's been open, yet it is clean and tidy.
The food is simple but delicious. There's nothing fancy; just your standard diner fare. Everything was hot, fresh and made exactly as it should be. Diner's are about comfort food and that what you find here.
The waitresses are your classic diner waitresses. They are friendly and more than happy to suggest the best items on the menu yet just gruff enough so you know that you probably don't want to mess with them. The only odd thing is that the waitresses wear what appears to be a uniform you'd find on an employee in a doctor's office. It's not a bad thing, just odd.
One of the things that our waitress provided a suggestion on was dessert. Snydersville Diner is apparently well known for baking a huge variety of pies. Since we were there in the Fall, I chose a slice of pumpkin pie. The waitress told me that she suggested that I order a slice of pumpkin cream pie instead. She was right, it was delicious. Though I suspect that it would be very hard to find a pie on their menu that isn't delicious!
Whether you want a delicious fresh cooked meal, yummy pie or just a step into the past, this diner is worth a visit.