The Mineola Diner stays busy with a mix of regulars and new customers. (Credit: Kirsten Luce)
Modeled to look like railroad cars, Long Island's vintage diners offer a nostalgic trip back to simpler times. These three old-timers also offer good eating:
Originally manufactured in New Jersey, this historic railroad car diner has been at its current site since 1948. Here, chef Carlos Romero roasts a whole turkey almost every day. At breakfast and lunch,...
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