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The Red Arrow Diner

The Red Arrow Diner

According to USA Today, this diner (The Red Arrow Diner) is considered to be one of the top ten best diners in the United States. And it was good–the coffee was good. The eggs and hash browns were good. But, by far, the greatest thing on that menu was the Egg Nog French Toast. And I’ve never actually had egg nog, the drink, but if it tastes anything like that french toast, then I know what I’ll be getting wasted to on Christmas Eve!

Just kidding…haha. Haha. Right.

Anyway, the diner and its coffee comes highly recommended from me, though I’m not sure I agree that it deserves to be in the TOP TEN IN THE US. That’s a pretty lofty honor. In any case, if you wish to try it, it can be found in Manchester, NH.

3 Responses to “The Red Arrow Diner”

  1. Ello Says:

    But where is the picture of the french toast? What a total letdown!!!!! I’m so disappointed. Ok next time you do a food post, please think of me the little piggy and make sure you take a picture of the food so I can lick my computer screen. he he.

  2. Ello Says:

    Happy holidays Colleen! And a wonderful new year too!

    Best,
    e

  3. Colleen Says:

    I apologize, Ello…next time I will photograph the food I talk about! Though, I must say, it wasn’t a whole lot to look at. Looked just like every other French toast!

    Happy holidays to you as well! I wish you a wonderful New Year and enjoy the time off with those incredible kids of yours!

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