Sunday, August 17, 2008

Local Favorites: Marietta Diner

Desert Cake Case at Marietta DinerNow that I have your attention… :)

It's been said that if you try to do everything, you'll do nothing very well. With nearly 500 delicious items on the menu- all served 24 hours a day, Marietta Diner just might be the exception to that rule. Want a hamburger? Ok. Pancakes? No problem. Chicken cordon bleu? Spaghetti? Waffles? Paella? Pot Roast? Crab Cakes? Roast Turkey? Broiled baby lamb chops? Chicken teriyaki? They've got you covered. Oh, and then there is the Greek. The restaurant happens to be Greek owned, which means if you're in the mood for souvlaki, moussaka, gyro, or spanikopita, you're in for a special treat. We've been going for years, and decided to give them a visit this weekend. Even at 11 o'clock at night, the parking lot is overflowing and yet the wait is only about 3 minutes. If you happen to be in the Atlanta area and are in the mood for just about anything (anything extra special that is :), you must give them a try. Check out their feature on Food Network's Diners, Drive In's and Dives here.

Marietta DinerIn other news- Don't forget to enter The Bottle Cap Challenge to get a complimentary print and the chance to receive a free bottle cap bracelet or store credit!!! Entries are being accepted through Sept. 1st, so get movin'! (See the post below for more details)

4 comments:

Walk in the Woods said...

Oh my . . . that diner looks so inviting . . . and the cakes, well . . . I think I need the address! Thanks for sharing this great post with us all!

fluffnflowers said...

The Great Chrome Monstrosity! They are awesome in the middle of a midnight study session. (I used to go to school down the street :) You'll have to do a write up on the Big Chicken sometime!

Chucka Stone Designs said...

Diners and their selection of amazing Greek food is one of the reasons I was sad to move out of NY. Thanks for the suggestion, if I'm ever in Atlanta I am so there!

moxylyn said...

Those cakes look sooo good! Were I grew up we had a diner made out of a railroad car.

 

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