9 locals recommend ·
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Not a shining star in the food scene, but close, locally owned and kept above average diner open and serving breakfast to dinner at all times. 24-7. Can't beat that.
A small burger joint that's open 24/7. Also serves breakfast. I suggest calling your order ahead of time or planning to spend an hour there, because sometimes they can be a little slow.
If you've had a few and need some grease to buoy up your innards, there is no better place than Burger Boy. An oldschool diner worth its salt, and it's real cheap too.
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