Don't let the tiny looks fool you! The food is terrific. Breakfast all day. The fried Haddock was larger than the plate!
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Very good place to eat, although it is small. We ate in mid-afternoon so it was not crowded. The burger is huge so my wife and I split it. This was more than enough food. Try the sweet potatoe fries. They are delicious. Finished off...More
OK food, had pancakes and oatmeal and coffee the service was slow, but the slowness came from the kitchen. as for food quality. Diner. you get what you pay for. Not bad.
Love this spot. Is it the best breakfast you will ever have in your life? Maybe yes, maybe no but we enjoyed it thoroughly. Service was 5 star, pleasant and attentive. I had the homemade pork gravy over biscuits...excellent....a local told me it was the...More
There's only about 25 seats in this nearly 100-year-old diner. If you can get a seat, order the 'famous' jumbo burger for a meal that'll fill you all day. The junior mushroom & cheese burger had big flavor at a more normal sized meal.
We both had the halibut dinner on Friday night and it was good and plenty to eat. We also ordered the new England clam chowder and that was very good. The place is not much to look at but they do serve good food.
Good food. Huge hamburger. Small place. We had the omlets, fried Haddock, and soup. Not crazy about the soup, but everything else was good. Tried to go a second time, but was full.
We had a great breakfast experience at the Cooperstown Diner. The perfect start to a day at the Baseball Hall of Fame!