South Street Diner
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178 Kneeland St · interesting places nearby
South Street Diner information
A divey diner that does what a diner is supposed to do – that is, serve bacon and eggs and burgers and fries, at any time of the day or night. Plonk yourself into a vinyl-upholstered booth and let the sass‑talking waitstaff satisfy your midnight munchies.
Considering the location, this place is bound to attract some sketchy characters. But again, that’s also what a diner is supposed to do.