South Street Diner
South Street Diner

South Street Diner

Top 6% of restaurants in Boston
7 / 10

7 expert reviews

“"It's definitely not high-end", but Leather District locals "always look forward to coming" to this "reliable", "divey", "classic" 24/7 diner for "nice and easy", inexpensive eats.”

– Zagat

Rough Guide
"The stools at the counter have been spinning since 1947 when this Boston landmark opened its doors for local factory workers."
"Boston's only restaurant that never closes, breakfast, which is served all day, consists of Monte Cristo sandwiches, burritos served with home fries, and every kind of french toast imaginable." Full review
Not For Tourists
"Night shift dining excellence with a liquor license."
"This ’50s-style eatery is the embodiment of time gone by, with a corner jukebox and prices of yesteryear delighting a varied clientele" Full review
Time Out
"Where does the party crowd end up at 4am? South Street Diner (formerly Blue Diner), Boston’s only 24/7 hangout. This is where you go for chocolate French toast after the clubs have closed." Full review
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