The Bowery Diner is located on the lively and historically-rich street after which the restaurant is named. With adjacent art venues, nearby concert halls, many long-time restaurant supply stores and a devoted neighborhood residing on this street, we wanted to establish a place where everyone can come and simply enjoy a good, satisfying meal. We feel no other type of restaurant exemplifies this spirit as does the classic American diner.
The menu features traditional diner staples like hamburgers, pancakes and reuben sandwiches as well as drawing from a diverse selection of immigrant dishes like a peasant greek salad and bandeja paisa. We make no compromises to the quality of food and service guests receive at breakfast, lunch and dinner. We also offer a late night menu accented by a strong but succinct cocktail program to cater to the many night owls in the neighborhood.
"A diner charging extra for toast...not acceptable! I had the Gravlox omelet, there was maybe a tablespoon of Gravlox in the omelet, not enough. Clearing plates from the table before all diners have finshed their meal is not proper service etiquette and is very rude to the diners who are still eating."
Dined on 03/10/2013
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