The line is often out the door on weekends for a seat in this 1941 Sterling Streamliner eatery. Breakfast—try the hash benedict, lobster cheese grits, or cranberry pecan pancakes—is served all day, meaning until this family-run diner closes at 2. The burgundy-and-tan railway car simulation was the first diner to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. There's a modern addition with retro counter seating.
364 East Ave., Pawtucket, Rhode Island, 02860, United States