Fare: American Diner
Excellent diner food with a large menu and huge portions.
Serves outstanding cinnamon and cheese breads that are complimentary with your meal.
Come early or expect a long wait. Tables fill up fast , especially on weekends and for Sunday brunch.
Noise Level: Low - Moderate
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy well prepared diner style food with huge portions at a reasonable price
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a more formal setting with fine dining amenities.
Recommended dishes: When available, For breakfast: Apple Cinnamon Pancakes; Steak Benedict; and Nova Scotia Lox Omelet. For Lunch and Dinner: Extra special 3/4 lb. Burgers; Piled High Reuben Sandwiches; and The Roast Prime Ribs of Beef entree.
Liquor: Full bar service
If you are looking for an eatery with a huge menu, huge portions of food served at a reasonable price, then this is the place to come.
This is a diner that breaks the mold with it's chandeliers, and seating for 650 in several rooms including a large dinning hall and banquet room.
The place is usually crowded, with lines spilling out onto the steps, and they are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
This could be the biggest menu you will ever see, with portions that usually wind-up taken home in a doggie bag.
They are known for their cinnamon and cheese breads that are complimentary with your meal.
Portions are huge, most people leave the restaurant with a doggie bag.
They also have a bar and serve alcoholic beverages.
And then there’s the bakery with many selections and huge portions of desserts made on the premises.
They are family friendly and a great place to take kids
Mastoris Diner is open seven days/week.
Monday Thursday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 7:00 am –12:00 am
Sunday 7:00 am – 11:00 pm
(updated: September, 2016)
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