first diner started as a horse-drawn lunch mobile in Providence,
Rhode Island around 1872. The owner would travel from factory
to factory selling cheap, quickly made food to workers. He achieved
instant success, and soon many other people copied the idea.
What did the lunch wagon serve?
You could have ordered boiled eggs and sliced bread for 5 cents
or sliced chicken for 30 cents. You could also order a "chewed
sandwich." It wasn't actually chewed, but made out of finely
chopped scraps of meat mixed with mustard and served on bread.
has changed since then, and we can't come to you, so we hope you'll
stop by to get a hearty meal at reasonable prices. Our staff is
very friendly..the food is great...and the place is filled with
memorabilia of every type. Our customers keep comin' back for
more, so we must be doing something right!
We're open 7 days a week, and cater to young and old.
Look forward to seeing you and yours.
Kevin - Proprietor
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