The 1950s Diner In Connecticut Where You’ll Find All Sorts Of Healthy Eats
The terms “diner” and “greasy spoon” are arguably synonymous with one another. But one deeply rooted Connecticut diner has bucked this trend with a menu rich in healthy, organic offerings, alongside some of the more traditional fare.
Georgie’s Diner was established in 1956 in New Rochelle, New York. Eleven years later, the popular eatery relocated to its current spot in the coastal town of West Haven, Connecticut. The restaurant, which has been featured on the Food Network, has become a noted tourist destination, in addition to satiating locals’ appetites for decades.
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