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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Star Diner, A Review, Westchester Wednesday

The Right Recipe

66 East Post Road
White Plains, NY 10601
Open: 24/7
Cash Only

Recently I stopped by Star Diner for breakfast and ordered my usual--scrambled eggs, home fries and morning cup of black coffee--No sooner was the order placed, thanks to good cooks Jesus and Jimmy, my cup of coffee was poured and a plate of piping hot food plus sides of crisp bacon and buttered rye toast were ready and placed before me.

Despite metered parking, few booths, not a lot of counter space and always a line to get a seat to eat, Star Diner, open 24/7, is that no-frills, cash only super great diner resembling an old train car that must be doing something right.

With classic NYC atmosphere, Star Diner has been serving breakfast, lunch and dinner "...For close to 90 years," says friendly waiter/host Eddy.

They must be doing something right.

For a tasty meal in a not-so-tiny space, some family atmosphere, a place where everybody knows your name (just like Cheers), and a little floor show with waitresses Tony and Sandy yelling out orders over your head, stop by Star Diner. Just say the girl with the little dog sent you.

Good cook, Jimmy, working the grill.

Waitress Sandy serving up an order of
scrambled eggs and French fries.

Good cook Jesus working a
breakfast sandwich to go.

See you in print,

Linda Della Donna

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Crystal Collier said...

I do miss that about NYC--all the little unique shops and restaurants. We couldn't survive there though. Not with our family. My son who was a baby when we lived there has definitely suffered some developmental repercussions. Poor kid.

Linda Della Donna said...

Hi Crystal Collier,
I too will miss NYC. But that's why there are airplanes and airports--to get us there for that once-in-a-sometime fix.

Blessings to you and your son. Thank you for stopping by BookOrBust.