I hold a special place in my heart for diners. There’s just something about them that reminds me of home and more importantly, comfort food. Some of my favorite childhood memories involved going to late-night diners (mainly Waffle House) with my mom and brothers and ordering up a huge plate of smothered, covered and chunked hash browns. However, this particular diner is not your typical off the highway Waffle House. Our friend Neha suggested we visit this place for brunch one lazy Sunday afternoon and we just couldn’t resist. Although it may not look like much, Miss Worcester Diner is hands down one of the best diner’s I’ve ever visited. They even have their very own Wikipedia page because it’s a historical landmark! That’s how you know it’s legit.
This is the entire place. This is where all the magic happens. Plus, all of the food is cooked literally 5 feet away from you so you get the full diner experience.
What this place lacks in size they make up for in portions and in flavor. I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.
Boston Cream Pie French Toast.
Banana Bread French Toast. These were dense, cakey and as delicious as they look.
“Home Made” Corned Beef Hash. You actually get a choice of “home made” vs “canned”. Our suggestion would be to always go with the home made option whenever the opportunity arises.
I forget the name of this ridiculousness but there is ham, bacon, sausage, eggs and home fries underneath this beautiful mess.
And it even comes with pancakes the size of your face!
All in all, this was a magical experience. Everything was fantastic down to the last bite and we were suffering from a serious food coma afterwards. If you’re ever in the area, I would highly suggest giving this place a shot. Just try to get there early to avoid the wait! Plus, the flea market across the street is an experience all on its own.