We stopped there in Sept 2013 wanting to have breakfast and found it to be closed. Sorry that we didn't get this review out sooner to alert others.
Sorry, but the place closed. The building is empty. The cars you see in the parking lot once and awhile are apparently commuters only. So that this family place off your list
Great breakfast. Nothing fancy, just good bacon, sausage, eggs any way you wnat em, Omelettes, and a whold lot more. Service is great!
501 Diner is a traditional diner with all the classic features you'd expect to find. The busy and noisy casual atmosphere matches the wonderful diner traditional menu resulting a fun place for lunch, time and time again. Great sandwiches, burgers, soups, and fries along with no-nonsense servers make this diner worth regular visits. We visit often and will continue to... More
Try to get to 501 Diner at least once a month. It's classic diner with good, fresh food and friendly waitstaff. Can't go wrong with their breakfast menu but also have terrific burgers. For a change of pace, I sometimes order one of their dinners. When I'm in the mood for a Thanksgiving fest, I order their turkey dinner any... More
The 501 Diner is located across the street from the University Inn hotel adjacent to a shopping mall. The restaurant was bigger than it looks, and the interior decor is definitely eclectic. There seemed to be a dog-related theme throughout, but wasn't overbearing. They had a Sunday brunch menu to go along with the regular menu. I tried the eggs... More
Eat here when in town for business. Usually pretty dependable, whether it's lunch or breakfast. I usually eat breakfast here and always get the grits which are better than most. Good value for the food and the service is always good. Good central location so it doesn't mess up your use of time.
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