Haven Brothers Diner
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Haven Brothers Diner information
Parked next to City Hall, this diner sits on the back of a truck that has rolled into the same spot every evening for decades. Climb up a rickety ladder to get basic diner fare alongside everyone from prominent politicians to college kids pulling an all-nighter to drunks. The murder burger ($4.50) comes highly recommended.
Legend has it that the business started as a horse-drawn lunch wagon in 1893, giving it the dubious title of oldest food cart in the country.