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BY EDUARDO ALFONZO

Many New York City restaurants barely survive the ever-changing landscape of this city. However, if there’s one kind of restaurant that has survived the test of time, that would be diners. And in Queens, there are plenty of them to go around!

Despite the changes in food trends in recent years, diners have been providing comfort food for many across the borough. Here are 10 diners in Queens where you can grab a quick, delicious meal.

The Classic Diner, 117-33 Myrtle Ave., Richmond Hill

If you are looking for the best place to have breakfast, then The Classic Diner is your choice. From their famous Irish breakfast to the eggs Benedict at an affordable price, you can’t go wrong.

Good Eats Diner, 69-32 Grand Ave., Maspeth

Heart, soul and top-notch ingredients are all combined for a dining experience that you can’t find anywhere else. Whether you are in search of breakfast, lunch or dinner, Good Eats Diner has something to hit the spot.

Georgia Diner80-26 Queens Blvd., Elmhurst

The Georgia Diner provides good food and good people — what’s not to like? Their huge menu has plenty to choose from, day or night, and will leave you feeling satisfied. Be sure to grab a mouth-watering dessert before you leave.

Bel Air Diner, 31-91 21st St., Astoria

Try the restaurant that is known as the staple of the neighborhood. For over 50 years, Bel Air has maintained its charm and nostalgia while continuing to serve quality food to people.

Crescent Kitchen, 23-42 30th Ave., Long Island City

Looking for the best place to have some coffee/tea with good food? Look no further than Crescent Kitchen. Their cozy environment and delicious food will have you feeling right at home each time you visit.

Atlantic Diner, 111-16 Atlantic Ave., South Richmond Hill

Visit a newly renovated eatery that offers all of your favorite dishes at a low price! Have all your food be prepared by a chef with more than 30 years of experience in international cuisine.

Pop’s Diner, 44-29 Kissena Blvd., Flushing

If you’re looking for the literal definition of an American diner, look no further than Pop’s Diner. With an old-school design and delicious scrambled eggs, sausages and more, this is the place you can’t miss!

Whitestone Diner, 149-21 14th Ave., Whitestone

Under new ownership, this restaurant has transformed into a upscale diner that still serves your favorite foods. The cage-free eggs and Bell and Evans chicken aren’t going anywhere!

Jackson Hole, 69-35 Astoria Blvd., Jackson Heights/35-01 Bell Blvd., Bayside

One of the most well-known diners in the entire state, Jackson Hole serves up their delicious fare in Jackson Heights and Bayside. For over 40 years, Jackson Hole has been serving their famous 7-ounce burgers to many people, including celebrities like Denzel Washington, Jennifer Aniston and Derek Jeter.

Parkway Diner, 44-25 Douglaston Pkwy., Douglaston

Although it is still young, Parkway Diner has already captured the hearts of many people. From their Belgian waffles to the scrambled eggs to their burgers, you can see why this diner is loved by many people.

 

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