Right or wrong, I have usually equated “diner” with “greasy spoon” and, perhaps, not the best well-kept place. I mean that in the most endearing way. Greasy spoon, a colloquial term, refers to an establishment that is usually inexpensive and generally offers fried food, burgers, chili and other “comfort” foods. I LOVE a great diner when that’s what I’m in the mood for.
Whether you are at the Museum taking in an exhibit or sharing quality time with your little ones in the Family Center, if you find yourself hungry, the Museum offers a full-service restaurant with excellent food. I don’t mean to sound surprised, but honestly I expected, maybe, a snack bar, until a friend of mine asked if I’d ever eaten there and suggested that I check it out.
I have continued to make an effort to head downtown with the kids more often during all times of the year. However, we still love “Summer in the City”. There’s something about walking the streets and seeing all the people out and about in Hensville, Uptown, down by the river, or somewhere in between. As