Providence, Rhode Island claims to have homed the first diner and New Jersey is considered the diner capital of the world, St. Louis certainly has it’s fair share of diners. Diners in St. Louis are often embraced for breakfast food as well menu selections of featuring traditional American fare such as sandwiches, chicken friend steak, burgers, shakes, and desserts.
Diners in St. Louis
|Billie’s Fine Foods||(314) 621-0848||South Broadway|
|Carl’s Drive-In||(314) 961-9652||Brentwood|
|City Diner||(314) 772-6100||South Grand|
|Courtesy Diner||(314) 644-2600||South Kingshighway|
|Eat-Rite Diner||(314) 621-9621||Downtown|
|Goody Goody Diner||(314) 383-3333||Northside|
|Kingside Diner||(314) 454-3957||Central West End|
|Olivette Diner||(314) 995-9945||Olivette|
|Peacock Diner||(314) 721-5555||University City|
|Southwest Diner||(314) 260-7244||South St. Louis|
|The Buttery||(314) 771-4443||South Grand|
|Tiffany’s Original Diner||(314) 644-0929||Maplewood|
|White Knight Diner||(314) 621-5949||Downtown|
Recently, some diners have stepped it up a noche and are now even offering higher priced menu items as well as St. Louis craft beer and cocktails.