Best Diners in America (part 1)

Diners are a classic American staple. From late nights to deep fried and everything in-between, diners provide us with some of the best and cheapest foods around. Check out our take on the top 10 diners in America!

Big Boy’s Bar-B-Que in Sweetwater, Texas is perfect for the driver on the road. The large parking lot can even fit up to 20 trucks! But don’t let the spacious parking lot fool you; Big Boy’s is still a hole in the wall. With some of the best BBQ around, and what some might call the worlds most tender ribeyes… you won’t leave disappointed.

Hungry House Cafe’s name does it justice. Here, you can eat anything you want! Literally, anything. The House serves up anything from pizza to breakfast to burgers. Located off 1-44 in Sarcoxie, MO the Hungry House will leave you feeling like you just had the perfect slice of home.

The Breakfast Club founded in 1976 sits happily on the beach in Tybee Island, GA. The lines are long but the food is worth it! Not sure what to order? Try the Smackwater Jack Omelette!

Franks Diner in Kenosha, WI was built from nothing more than a dining car and a counter seat. From 1926 to 2001 the Frank family ran the place. In 2002 another family took over and added a dining room attachment. Recommendation? Try the Garbage Plate!

Southfork Truck Stop and Restaurant has some of the best home town country cooking around! Located off of exit 63 in Gurdon, AR this is the perfect stop for life on the road.

Gladys Knight and Ron Winans’ Chicken and Waffles in Lithonia, Georgia. Food prices starting at only $5.99 and they offer a Peach Cobbler to die for! Gladys’s is the perfect combination between good home cooking and that sweet soulful southern charm.

Brent’s Drugs in Jackson, MS has recently been restored to its former glory. The joint has everything from teal accents to hanging soda lights. AND a few scenes from the hit movie The Help were filmed here! Stop into Brent’s and try a Patty Melt, you won’t be disappointed!

It’s Tops Coffee Shop, located in San Fransisco, CA is full of amazing classic decor. From the antiques that flood its walls, to the table top jukes, you’ll be taken straight to the past. It’s Tops Coffee Shop is known for their wild waffles, with amazing ingredients mixed right into the waffle batter! The menu still even has a couple of older options if waffles aren’t your thing.

Blue Benn was founded in Bennington, VT in 1978. In a town of only 6,500 news traveled fast about the buildings amazing food! Blue Benn has an eight page menu serving everything from eggs to burritos! Take your chances on this crazy good menu!

So there you have it, our list of some of the best diners in the land. If you’re out on the road for work or pleasure and happen to be near one of these iconic diners…stop in and give them a try! And if you know of any other great diners hidden away out there be sure to let us know…it might just end up on our next list!