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Best NYC diners 2011


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The Diner Food at Home topic got me thinking that we're due for a NYC diner topic. So, what do you think are the best diners in New York City?

For the city overall I've got to nominate Tom's in Brooklyn. In Manhattan I think EJ's does a terrific job.

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The Diner Food at Home topic got me thinking that we're due for a NYC diner topic. So, what do you think are the best diners in New York City?

For the city overall I've got to nominate Tom's in Brooklyn. In Manhattan I think EJ's does a terrific job.

Was hoping more people would chime in on this one, as many of the diners I liked as a kid are long gone, and I feel like it's been ages since I've had a really good diner meal. Sure, I've had a bunch of acceptable ones, but nothing really great.

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This one at 77th/Broadway is decent and used to be open 24 hours. 77th/Bway Diner

I've always been a fan of the Cosmic Diner, which used to be just off Columbus Circle until the neighborhood exploded with TWC, etc. They moved a little downtown to the 50's. Cosmic Diner Link

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