To kick off Greasy Spoons Week with a bacon-filled bang, we present the Twin Cities' 14 most iconic diners, complete with suggestions for what to order at each. These 14 places all offer huge portions, low prices, fluffy pancakes, crispy hashbrowns, and bottomless cups of coffee. Extra points were given for Formica tables, counter seating, and vintage decor. Most of these spots have been around for several decades, if not since the early part of the 20th century. One has had a cameo in a series of underdog-hockey movies. Many are only open for breakfast and lunch, though there are some late-night (and even 24-hour) eats, as well.
Did we miss one of your favorites? Include a diner that deeply offends you? Make your case for or against in the comments.
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