City Diner began as a vacant Denny's off Interstate 10 in Metairie. From the beginning the family owners sought to offer something more than the ... More
City Diner began as a vacant Denny's off Interstate 10 in Metairie. From the beginning the family owners sought to offer something more than the traditional late-night diner and worked to redefine that experience for their customers. They started with what was natural - incorporating diner mainstays with New Orleans classics - and created a menu of dishes ranging from a Club Sandwich to Crab Cakes Benedict. When they added in their own attention to detail in food, service, and decor, they finally had their restaurant. On December 22, 2008, City Diner opened its doors after months of planning and remodeling. Just three months later it was voted "Best of Gambit 2009" as an affordable place to feed the family. In February 2009 the restaurant extended its hours to a full, 24-hour diner. Shortly thereafter it added limited delivery, which is now available daily from 9 am to 2 am. In 2011 the owners opened a second location. City Diner is proud to serve both locals and visitors its unique take on diner fare.
What a Diner!! Breakfast served round the clock and the menu boasts City Diner Hash Brown Creations…but hmmm no hash browns. We tried to order Chicken Fried Steak…hmm no steak. The table next to us with 2 children ordered hamburgers…Again no hamburgers!! Are you kidding me? How can a restaurant not have the basics that are listed on the menu? And…they are right next door to a LaQuinta hotel. We ordered the Meat Lovers Omelet with American Cheese and I watched as the cook slapped 1 slice of American cheese on Top of the omelet. We questioned the waiter who stated there was cheese inside…hmmm there was not cheese inside. 2 scrambled eggs, bacon, toast and 2 ice teas…$20.82. For all this we waited over 30 minutes and when we arrived there was only 1 booth with 2 adults and 1 child…the rest of the restaurant was empty. Save your money…go to Dot’s Diner on Jefferson Hwy.
Sounds like City Diner needs to go shopping at Rouses before Sunday Morning.
This is one of the best diners I've ever been to. The food was excellent - less like a diner and more like a restaurant in the Quarter, but with diner prices. They have an eye for presentation, and every time i go I want to take pictures. My favorite is the loaded fries, covered in gravy, cheese, and bacon, but somehow still crispy every time! The service was really prompt, everyone was friendly, and I couldn't be happier. I'll definitely be eating there for a long time to come.
hands down worst restaurant i have ever seen in my entire life!!! the service staff is rude and slow, then once we got our breakfast it have parsley and seafood seasoning on everything...who puts that on a regular breakfast plate let alone a kids plate for breakfast. to top it all off all of there meat must be cooked ahead of time because it was tough and cold, then the eggs had black stuff all over them, like meat remnants. avoid this restaurant at all costs, it shouldn't even be allowed to be open
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