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524 S Main St · interesting places nearby
Nickel Diner information
Named for the intersection of 5th & Main, termed ‘the Nickel’ by nearby skid-row residents who used to come to this corner for their daily meds, this kitschy red-vinyl joint re-imagines American diner fare. Avocados are stuffed with quinoa salad, burgers are piled with poblano chilies, and don’t sleep on the maple-glazed bacon donut.