The Coffee Cup

Popular because of its location off the main drag in Boulder City and because of their appearance on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, you’ll likely wait to get a table on a weekend. It’s a cool place with a surfing theme throughout. They’re known for their Blood Maries, although I didn’t have one. I… Continue reading The Coffee Cup

Metro Diner

*** Update: Business closed in early 2018 *** Due to personal reasons, my blogging has decreased the past several months and now I have a backlog of written or partially-written reviews three or four dozen deep. I’m finally getting around to posting again and while some may be outdated (this one included), they still may… Continue reading Metro Diner

Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant

Blueberry Hill is an old-school American Diner that looks the part. It literally looks old both inside and out. Worn walls and flooring, neon lighting trimming the walls… I’m sure this place has seen better days one or two decades ago. But, I guess you can say it has character. What matters most, of course,… Continue reading Blueberry Hill Family Restaurant

Open City

I’ve been slacking off with blogging due to a busy schedule, but I’m finally getting around to reviews of places I visited more than a month ago. I’m starting off with a cool spot from my trip to Washington, DC. Located right down the street from my hotel, the Marriott Wardman Park, Open City is… Continue reading Open City

Black Bear Diner

— Originally posted on Yelp on 4/5/10 — I stopped in for lunch this past weekend. The place has a real country/rustic feel to it with its fake wood columns and beams, wooden bear sculptures, and nature paintings. It’s a cozy and comfy environment. The menus are kinda cool because they’re designed like a newspaper… Continue reading Black Bear Diner