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The American Diner


Monday, Jan 8, 2007 from Ogden, Utah

As for some more side notes… this morning John and I went out to breakfast at a local diner. I have to say that one of my favorite things on this trip has been going to local diners all across the country. It’s a true treat to find great locally owned diner. The strange thing is that I never used to like omelets, now it’s all I want when I go out to eat. But of all the omelets there are two that stand out, the first one I ever had in Milwaukee with Dan and then the one I had in Seattle at one of the top ten pig-out places in the country. Sadly the IHOPs and Denny’s are taking over the local diners across the country. But I can’t wait until I’m a local somewhere, then I can be a regular that comes into a diner and is called by first name and they ask, “Will it be the usual Bugsy?” The first step to all of that is I actually have to settle down and be a local somewhere. At this pace that’s not going to happen anytime soon.

Blog Date Posted: Jan 8, 2007 | 192 words | comments 2 Comments
Comment by Jenn
From somwhere, NJ

wait until you come to Jersey Bugsy!! We've got the most diners in the contry! :) Plus there's about 4 within walking distance of my house... :)

Comment by Jenn
From somewhere, NJ

oops.. and yeah.. I can't spell country for some reason..