Great food, cute diner, great wait staff! I really enjoyed my meal at Littleton Diner as well as my travelling companion. I'd definitely go back!
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Right on Main Street... convenient and fun. Don't miss the fact that there's a bench outside on the left marked "Democrats" and another on the right marked "Republicans." That's an indication that you're in a fun town and entering a typical diner, friendly and fun...More
Littleton Diner has good eats ! New England, through and through: clams, clam chowder, haddock, and more. This is a friendly, cozy place, with good service - that makes people comfortable. If you can get a booth, the viewing is good of Littleton Main Street,...More
Sitting by a wall of restaurant awards/articles we ate dry fries and ok burgers and couldn't get a drink refill. There is also one loud, coarse female employee there saying things like, "YOU'LL HAVE TO TAKE A TABLE THE BOOTHS ARE ALL FULL!" not in...More
Don't let the 'cash' limitation hold you back from visiting here! The food is very reasonably priced and delicious! The staff make you feel like a local (and we're from Albuquerque NM). We had the grandchildren with us, and there was plenty for them to...More
Good food at a great price and the fried clams were great,Friendly waitress,clean and quick service.Seemed to be lots of locals in here?
This is a very old diner, but it has been kept up, and they had lots of patriotic items. Apparently, presidential candidates have stopped in many times to do quick speeches and meet the locals. Many people on trip advisor have talked about the homemade...More
Used to frequent this diner on hockey trips when my kids were young. Since those days, the prices have increased and the food is ok. I was a ldisapointed. Staff was busy and made it very clear they were busy. Don't mind paying for top...More
Breakfast was delicious! Been many times over the years, always good. Littleton is a fun little town to do some browsing, don't forget to check out the river down behind Main Street.
We came into town to do some shopping and get some breakfast. We saw this cute old fashioned railway dining car and thought what the heck. This place is a step back in time. I ordered the buttermilk pancakes with sausages and my partner ordered...More