Diner Foods We'll Never Stop Eating

Battered and fried, it's delicious when smothered in creamy gravy and is also known as "country fried steak" in some regions of the US.

Chicken Fried Steak

Salisbury steak is pure diner comfort food, made of ground beef patties that get smothered in a rich mushroom gravy. It also happens to be a very budget-friendly dish

Salisbury Steak

Meatloaf is one of America's favorite comfort foods, and for good reason! It's hearty, comforting and is served at many diners throughout the country. 


Western omelets are the perfect breakfast, brunch or even late-night diner meal, thanks to the filling egg protein and savory ingredients like ham, bell peppers and onions.

Western Omelet

Hash browns are the quintessential diner side dish! Pair it off with country eggs and buttered toast, and you have yourself a filling meal.

Sheet Pan Hash Browns

Most diners served lots of grilled foods cooked on a gas-fueled flat top, but you can easily make them on a regular grill to get that traditional charred flavor.

Classic Cheese Burger 

You won't find fries like this outside the Garden State! Doused in melted cheese and fatty gravy, Disco Fries are NJ's rendition of the Qu├ębecois dish

Jersey Diner-Style Disco Fries

Corned beef hash is a must-try diner classic. This hearty side really hits the spot, especially when topped with a fried egg or two! Try making it at home

Corned Beef Hash

A close cousin of the coveted grilled cheese, tuna melts are a popular diner specialty and after-school treat. Made with canned tuna and sharp cheddar cheese

Tuna Melt Sandwich

Club sandwiches are always a good idea. While the original version is said to have been made with turkey or chicken, nowadays you can easily swap in other ingredients.

Club Sandwiches