Two diner discoveries worth trying

I love stopping at those little family-run, family-owned diners that dot the north country landscape. Full Story
Marie Wasik Lyons

Indianapolis, IN

#1 Jan 19, 2009
I was brousing on the internet and always punch in Carthage,N.Y. and seen this article.I believe this Diner used to be Jefferson Grill owned by Mahaliks ( I might be spelling it wrong). My parents used to own a bakery next door...it brings many memories back. Hopefully I will get back there someday and certainly will go to the Diner.........
paul shykora arts

Calgary, Canada

#2 Jan 25, 2009
ME TOO....eh....Me re-new fantasy-brand-name of homemade soup is......

''thoup''....it......GOD Bless...LOV'yha....soup,good eat'n.....The hillbilly farmboy has spoken....now most...yodeling....eh.
Rosemary Danaher

Trumbull, CT

#3 Feb 3, 2013
Marie Wasik Lyons - I think we are related through your mother; I was searching for your father's bakery when your comment came up regarding this diner. If you can contact me at danaherr@sacredheart.edu

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