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With two locations in Midtown, the Brooklyn Diner is an old-style NYC diner that really isn’t, since it’s part of a larger restaurant group that also serves other types of food. It is designed both inside and out to look like a traditional diner, and that adds to the enjoyment. The extensive menu is full of the food that you would expect in a “real” diner, and you can choose breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner or light night meals. Huge sandwiches, bagels and lox, french toast, pancakes, omelettes, matzo ball soup, burgers, dawgs, salads, eggplant parm….you name it. Casual and lively with something for everyone. And they even take reservations.

Menu: Huge sandwiches, bagels and lox, french toast, pancakes, omelettes, matzo ball soup, burgers, dawgs, salads, eggplant parm….you name it.

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      1 Review for Brooklyn Diner

      Marc Friedman

      44 Reviews

      Casual and Lively with Something for Everyone

      5/ 5

      With locations at 155 W. 43rd St. (6th-7th avenues), and 212 W. 57th St. (7th-Bdwy., just up the block from Carnegie Hall), is an old-style NYC diner that really isn’t, since it’s part of a restaurant group in Manhattan with other types of food, too. However, the menu is full of the food that you would expect in a “real” diner, and they serve breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner and late night meals. Huge sandwiches, bagels and lox, french toast/pancakes/omelettes, matzo ball soup, burgers, dawgs, salads, eggplant parm…..you get it. This place has a lot of everything and is a fun spot, too. Very casual and lively.

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