State's Best Restaurant Now

Every state has spots to linger at the counter for pie & limitless coffee, 'new-school' diners that elevate comfort food, & throwback places where you can order a burger for breakfast. 

Read on for our pick of the best diner in every state, from traditional eateries frequented by celebrities to sleek spots serving classic meals with a twist. 

This 1950s-style café is near Gulf Shores' white shores & is almost as lovely. 

Sunliner Diner opened in May 2018, although you wouldn't know it from the red & turquoise decor. 

People adore the nostalgic vibe & top-quality food, such avocado eggs Benedict. Not THAT North Pole. 

Little Richard's Family Diner in Little Richard, Alaska, is noted for its year-round Christmas decorations & (in winter) Northern Lights. 

Charming diner. People love the service, brunches, & burgers. This dilapidated cafe is a favourite stop for Route 66 travellers, & it has intriguing stories to tell. 

Delgadillo's Snow Cap was built with scrap materials in 1953, & the interior has Americana signage & decor. The burgers & burritos are less sloppy. 

Malts, milkshakes, & tacos are delicious. Jones Bar-B-Q Diner is a modest clapboard house with a simple restaurant sign. 

The diner, built as a smokehouse by pit master James Jones' grandfather in 1910, was the state's first James Beard Award winner. 

The 12-hour-smoked pulled pork is legendary, whether you take it home or eat it with coleslaw. 

This cash-only eatery has no website. It's worth showing up, though. The 1950s restaurant is a classic, from its turquoise & red outside to its bottomless coffee & pancake, bacon, sausage& egg meals. 

Snooze serves exquisite breakfast & brunch. Seasonal pancakes at this Denver-based chain with locations in Fort Collins, Boulder, & Colorado Springs are noteworthy. 

French toast, shrimp & grits, & Benedicts are also delicious. Food & courteous service make the wait worthwhile. Olympia Diner is a CT favourite. 

It was initially in Massachusetts & moved to Newington in 1954. It's famed for its tabletop jukeboxes, nostalgic ambiance, & old-school diner delicacies like chocolate-chip pancakes & meatloaf. 

Angelo's Luncheonette has been serving up delicious meals since 1967. The family-run cafe offers counter stools, booths, & retro memorabilia on the walls. 

People adore the home-style food & pleasant atmosphere – you can even bring your own chocolate chips or blueberries. Big Pink in Miami's South Beach makes dining solitary like family. 

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