Mack Avenue Diner

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The vitrual prototype of the friendly diner, with a cheery welcome from proprietors and staff and a menu or down-to-earth dishes such as bean and chicken noodle soups, roast turkey, pastas and the house favorite home fries with onions and sausage or bacon topped with cheese, known as the potato plate. As popular as it is unpretentious.

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