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South Street Diner

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  • Downtown
  • price 2 of 4
  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
South Street Diner
Photograph: Courtesy South Street DinerSouth Street Diner

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

Where does the party crowd end up at 4am? South Street Diner, one of Boston’s few 24/7 hangouts. This is where you go for chocolate French toast after the clubs have closed; if you’re lucky, you might spot a famous face chowing down on the Diner Special (three eggs, two pancakes or French toast, home fries, toast, choice of bacon, corn beef hash, ham or sausage). Classicists will appreciate the lineup of frappes and egg creams, but not to fret: there’s beer and wine too, served until 1am. The car itself is another import from Worcester, having first arrived in 1947; even as the neighborhood around South Street has gone the gentrification route, the diner stands as an aesthetic beacon to yesteryear.

Written by
Time Out Boston Staff


178 Kneeland St
Cross street:
South St
Opening hours:
Daily 24 hours
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