The place is under new ownership since the TV show in 2012 went there with family yesterday service was good food was good blueberry pie was very good. They close at 9 PM we were there till 920 made us feel very welcome.
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Saw this restaurant on "You Gotta Eat Here " show on the Food Network. It did not disappoint in the food department as everyone of us (14 in all) enjoyed their meals. Most people in our group had something different and raved about it. The...More
Tried this quaint restaurant on Sat. June 17th with a group of 14 people. Very casual, friendly diner. Unfortunately, no air conditioning. The good food and good service made up for that. (They are working on getting A/C). The food was served all together which...More
I love everything about the Harbour Diner: the sweet couple Jessie & Darryl who own and operate it, all their wonderful servers, and the darling décor. The food is comforting, reasonably priced, and far superior to anything normally offered at a typical diner. They have...More
This spot is absolutely darling! We went for Sunday brunch. It reminded me of waking up at grandma's, and her making me whatever I wanted for breakfast. Just love the cute wallpaper, and the vintage tables and chairs. Our server was lovely, and our food...More
I came here one night when it was a little chilly and felt like having some comfort food. The sheperd's pie did not disappoint, it was a delicious, a perfect size and served hot. This was exactly what I was looking.
After some objections from my girlfriends, we decided to try this place out, and boy were we pleasantly surprised! Mismatched wallpaper, tables and plates give you the impression you've arrived at your grandma's house, but even grandma couldn't cook like this! A huge selection of...More
I highly recommend Harbour Diner. Lots of filling and gourmet breakfast options. Breakfast before 9:00 meant that there was no crowd to deal with yet on a Saturday. Eggs Benedict and a loaded skillet were ordered. Lots of food on both plates. The "loaded" skillet...More