Looking for Diner/Truck Stop Suggestions
I want to take my nephew out for his 17th birthday. He is a fan of dinner/truck stop type of establishments. He lives in Framingham but it doesn't have to be in that area. Does anyone have any suggestions?
since worcester was one place where they used to make diner cars, there's still a number of options out that way. the boulevard diner and the miss worcester are both great old diners, and there are a few others scattered around the city and the surrounding area. check dinercity.com for addresses.
if you'd rather go south, there's always the modern diner in pawtucket which is a real classic.
my favorite massachusetts truck stop is the fillin' station in whately, though i imagine that's a little farther from framingham than you'd like to go.
I'm a fan of J and M right in Framingham on Conn. Path. It gets busy so expect a wait. Not really truck stop but diner. Betty Boop all over the place, vintage signs, etc. Good omelets and large portions. Good home fries too. They always have a pancake special. Long counter if that's where he likes to sit. It does get cramped, though.
On Fountain St. LLoyds is real old school diner. Short hours, I think he caters to the school bus drivers.
Of course, Caseys on Summer St. in Natick.
Vidalia's Truck Stop in Wellesley isn't a truck stop, overpriced average .