Noah sent me a Grub Street notice about the West
Taghkanic Diner, 65 years old, empty a while reopened with a real chef,
local man who cooked in Famous Restaurants cooked in Europe
came back home and bought the diner a mile from where he’d lived as a child.
His parents still live there now. We went on our way home yesterday.
The chef explained he smokes his own bacon, pastrami too 9 ft hot smoker
with oak wood chopped by Neighbor Ron.
Grain bowls and chambord drinks delicious clam chowder and although the diner
is still a diner now there is a menu with significant typeface no pages and pages no plastic
covering . The old diner called every selection Fresh.
Happy waitress sandwich, my favorite, was always fresh. Can the old
stay with the new? Should it? Good food is always good especially if
as they say at the West Taghkanic Diner This is a Place for Everybody
but will everybody come to the West Taghkanic Diner, called WTD instead?