Historic Village Diner

One of the best remaining examples of the 1920s-style Silk City dining cars in America, this classic spot has a devoted local following. It’s the kind of place where the servers seem plucked directly from a ‘90s romcom, and everyone seems to know everyone’s name and preferred bacon doneness. The portions here are generous, and the food is old fashioned diner fare at its best. Nothing is “modern” or “elevated,” and nothing needs to be. Come for things like reuben sandwiches, giant piles of fluffy pancakes, and sweet, gooey cinnamon rolls.