Middleburgh Diner
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Stacy O.
Fort Collins, CO
Just darn good food.  Breakfast served all day. The bacon omelette was beyond delicious. My husband tried the special: haddock with a salad, green beans, mashed potatoes and gravy. The fish melt in your mouth and the gravy was thick and flavorful. No frills at the diner just great people, great service and fantastic food.

Nancy C.
Queens, NY
Simply put - good home-cooked comfort food, good prices.  Don't forget to check the Specials on the board. You won't leave hungry!  Great soups, too. Enjoyed a delicious Carrot Soup over the summer and just tried the awesome Crab Chowder yesterday.  We've always found the service to be very friendly and prompt.

Jackie A.
Monroe Township, NJ                

We were on our way back from Cooperstown heading into the city when we stumbled upon this diner.

 What a cute little spot!   Food was delicious and fresh.   Large breakfast portions ( the omelets) and very inexpensive. Would definitely stop there again !

Justin L.
Arlington, VA


Very nice, extremely traditional looking diner in Middleburgh, New York. They particularly excel at breakfast items and their milkshakes are old-style and fantastic. The service was friendly and the inside is bright and welcoming.

Anthony B.
Port Jefferson Station, NY


A real classic NY (middle America?) diner. No frills. No chrome. Run by locals. We ended up seated in our own room (to the right). 1950s decor and one might harshly suggest that it hasn't changed since the 50s/. The food is GOOD. Ridiculous large portions and my wife and 2 children were all well satisfied. Better than the diners on Long Island, which is saying something. Staff were pleasant, professional, and just plain nice! My omelette (and I've had a few) was very tasty. All the dihes we had were well made and fresh. Just solid cooking. I recommend it highly. My wife was skeptical but was also impressed by the food. Went there August 2012. Go stroll up the great Vroman's Nose after. Easy hike and splendid views of the Schoharie Valley (under water during hurricane Irene). Good fruit picking there.