The Square Diner in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan has been described by the New York Magazine as a "a den of mid-century, blue-collar charm in the midst of 21st-century Tribeca." Its exterior, like a train car or a World’s Fair ride, has an undeniable retro charm. The Square Diner is actually triangular. The menu is standard diner fare. The ATM outside is there for people who didn’t realize that the diner doesn’t take credit cards. The diner is located at 33 Leonard Street between Hudson and Varick Streets.
I admit it, I like diner food.
me too. and it's inexpensive (an important factor in this city).
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