Notes:Roadfood.com stopped at Danny's Diner and called it the most "Binghamtonian" of all the diners in the area.
Hours:M-F 6a-8p .. Sa 6a-Noon Su 7a-1p
Notes:very long time, popular on-site diner in Binghamton. Original on-site building burnt down and was rebuilt. Overlooks river.
Directions:Take the McGraw Exit of I-81 (just south of Cortland) and head north on US 11. Diner will be on your left.
Notes:possibly a Ward & Dickinson diner.
Notes:Diner in encased and added on to.
Hours:M-Sa 6a-9p .. Su 7a-8p
Notes:Started out in Elmira NY. The former Vic's Diner was the last diner to leave Elmira. Survived flood of 1973 from Hurricane Agnes.
Directions:From NY 17. Take Main St towards Horseheads(Main St is accessed from 17 in the area with the set of lights) When you hit the business section of Horseheads, take a right onto Old Ithaca Rd and it will be less than a 1/4th of a mile on your left.
Hours:M-F 6a-6p .. Sa 6a-Noon
Notes:Diner is a very rare Mountain View in that the counter faces the street and not the back of the diner. Chris and Pat Anagnostakos have been running the diner for 37 years up to 2007. The diner was first run by the Greene family, who located the diner in Binghamton. Mr. Greene was a sales agent for Mountain View on the side, also being a Realtor.
Hours:M-F 6a-8p .. Sa 7a-8p .. Su 7a-3p
Notes:Diner spent time in Oneonta in early 1970s Came from either NYC or Pennsylvania.
Directions:Take NY 8 south from Utica[I-90] or NY 8 north from Sidney[I-88]. These are just the easiest routes.
Hours:M-W, Sa 6a to 3p .. Th-Fri 6a to 8p .. Su 8a to 3p
Notes:Previously the Arrow Diner of Binghamton, NY. Courtesy of Charles Siple
Notes:Replaced the old Neptune Diner that became the I-88 diner. This diner has a fish tank in the wall that seperates the main dining room from another room.
Directions:Exit 15. From the North take a Left and From the South take a Right. Then, at the light, take a left and the diner will be on your left.
Notes:Replaced a Ward & Dickinson
Notes:Former owner Gordon Tindall spent years fixing up this diner and finding a home for this gem. For real diner enthusiasts, this diner is a must see, no questions asked!
Directions:Downtown Towanda, diagonally from the Theatre. Great diner at a great location!
Hours:breakfast and lunch
Notes:Was added to an On-Site diner that began in 1947. The diner saw its best years being run by Larry and Harriet Henchey. They retired in 1985 after running the diner for 27 years. Currently it seems the diner suffers from Route 7 being bypassed by I-88, a decreased base of patronage and troubles with a septic system. Artist Ralph Goings painted a picture of the diner.
Notes:One of the few late night hang out diners left, that is an actual diner. Built in the 1950s. The diner is 3rd generation, run by the Stevens family. Many of the employees have been working at the diner many years, which is always a good sign of a well run ship. Simply a must visit. The exterior has been bricked over, but the interior is in fantastic shape!
Hours:24/7 closes 9pm Su