Diamond Jim's Grill (Bellingham)
Was in Bellingham last Sunday morning at Habitat for Humanity's Re-Store, and was pointed to this unassuming diner on Meridian for breakfast.
What a find! A HUGE breakfast menu. Delicious food. Generous portions. Very reasonable prices. Good and friendly service. Great coffee. Good layout. Features mostly local beers and wines. My wife and I split their big plate breakfast (3 eggs, 2 bacon, 2 sausage links, hamsteak, AFP ("American Fried Potatoes"), and 2 biscuits. $13.99. Most everything else is <$10, a lot <$7.
The lunch and dinner menus looked solid, too.
My only issue is the AFPs--which are red spuds diced and fried. I'm more a hashbrown guy, but the AFPs were good.
Anyone else have any input on this place?
Edit: Contrary to the link below, I think the address is 2400 Meridian Street
Diamond Jim's Grill
1906 N State St, Bellingham, WA 98225
Yes, the State Street address was the previous location -- that was bulldozed by the city for a street project.
I don't care for the AFPs either. I like the crunch of hashbrowns.
They have fantastic pancakes, not fluffy or cakey. My favorite breakfast is the 2-2-2 -- two eggs, two sausage links (or bacon) and two pancakes for $6.99.