The Majestic Diner is exactly what you think of when you hear “classic diner.” From the neon sign out front to the griddle behind the counter, we don’t think anything in here has likely changed since it opened in 1929. Prices have probably gone up a bit since then, but everything’s still super affordable, and regardless of whether you want a BLT, pancakes, or biscuits and gravy, you can get it any time of day.
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