There are diners, and then there are "diners." A diner is a greasy spoon, a coffee shop, a neighborhood cheap-eats establishment whose sole raison d'être is to feed the hungry, fast. A diner doesn't bother with amenities (cloth napkins, paper menus, lattes) that get in the way of realizing its purpose — yet a diner also lets its clientele linger for hours over a newspaper and a bottomless cup of coffee. Straightforward, American... More >>>