NATICK, Mass. — It doesn’t get any better than a classic hamburger with a large chocolate milkshake and a side of fries.
A Massachusetts diner has been named one of ‘America’s best classic diners’, according to a list compiled by LoveFood.
Casey’s Diner in Natick has a 10-stool dining car serving customers since 1922, although it began life as a horse-drawn wagon 32 years before that.
The old-school diner was ranked on the link as one of the best classic diners and Love Food praised this diner for its famous hot dogs.
“It has a long wooden bar, classic diner stools, retro floor tiles, and a bun steamer that pre-dates the diner by around 30 years. People come to experience a slice of history and to try Casey’s famous steamed hot dogs – get yours ‘all around,’ with relish, onions, and mustard, Love Food wrote in its list.
Six other diners in New England also made the list:
Olympia Diner: Newington, Connecticut
Palace Diner: Biddeford, Maine
A1 Diner: Gardiner, Maine
Red Arrow Diner: Manchester, New Hampshire
Jigger’s Diner: East Greenwich, Rhode Island
The Blue Benn Diner: Bennington, Vermont
To view the full list off ‘America’s best classic diners’, visit the link here.
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