Pretty much what you'd expect in a crowded business area environment. Good comfort food at city prices.
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We had to wait in line about 10 minutes to eat on aSunday Lunchtime . The place was very busy and unfortunrtly we were sat in a werid corner table that looks like it has been squeezed in. You have to move the table to...More
What a diner!! Classic and neat. Wholesome and solid portions. Farm fresh with a casual atmosphere. Four of us went in for breakfast under strong recommendation and we were not disappointed at all. It was a fantastic experience.
Silver Diner has changed. Now you see an emphasis on locally sourced, premium ingredients and lots of organic choices. It's a huge menu - everything from avocado on toast with salmon (optional) and micro sprouts to amazing pancakes and breakfast items. Good value too. Today...More
Breakfast here with family of 4 on a Friday morning. Place was not very crowded but figured it was due to it being a weekday. Solid breakfast for all of us, from omelettes to French toast to corned beef hash. Freshly brewed large cups of...More
One thing I like about the Silver Diner is the authenticity of their food. You don’t feel you’re at some fast food place or place like Denny’s or Ihop. This location provides the experience and healthy food. You can literally feel that the burger you...More
A neat dining option - all of the classic diner fare is there, with some organic and health-conscious items thrown in for good measure. Delicious food, but busy on a Sunday morning
If you are a certain age you grew up with diners like this. Be you from New Jersey, Ct or Brooklyn these place were part of your teen years. We just had killer chocolate cake here on a very, very rainy night, It was great....More
The silver diner is my weekend ritual, just know its very busy on the weekend, come early and prepare to wait in line. The menu is smaller that it used to be years ago but still full of choices to keep you coming back. The...More
We have returned “home” to attend our 50th high school reunion from Fort Hunt High School and went to the Silver Diner located on the fringe of Springfield Town Center (the old Springfield Nall we knew from the many years we lived here in this...More