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Pat’s Diner – A Historic Landmark Where Customer’s Are Treated Like Family – A Traditional Greater Newburyport Diner
What Greater Newburyport Diner do we recommend? Pat’s Diner in Salisbury, MA is a historic landmark and the ultimate Greater Newburyport diner destination. The traditional Worcester style diner was custom built in 1950 and purchased by Pat Poulakos Archambault in 1999 in honor of her beloved late husband.
There are many things that make Pat’s Diner a special place, most of all Pat! She is an amazing woman and inspirational entrepreneurial business owner. Pat is 86 years YOUNG and is still there to greet her loyal customers and new visitors every day of the week! Pat was born in the US but both of her parents immigrated to the US from Greece. Inspired from her own Family, Pat’s philosophy is, “treat your customers like family.” Pat’s belief is that customers are doing her a favor by coming to visit her restaurant, so she works very hard to ensure that she makes them feel at home and that her staff provides top notch service!
When you visit Pat’s Diner you will experience a warm family welcome, and you will enjoy delicious breakfast and lunch dishes prepared with great care. Pat runs this successful business with the help of her son George who is responsible for preparing much of the delicious food. For breakfast we recommend the Eggs Benedict in your choice of styles’ and for a hardier meal try the baked pork pie. If you enjoy breakfast meat, the ham is cut 1/4 inch think and the bacon is crispy.
If your not already a regular customer you must stop into this Greater Newburyport Diner and check out this historic landmark. The chrome stools, old fashioned ice box and the antique jukebox are all very cool, but most of all you are sure to be delighted by Pat and her many great breakfast and lunch dishes.
11 Bridge Rdoad
Salisbury, MA 01952