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Riverside Cafe & Diner

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Riverside Café - Delicious Breakfast & Lunch!

If you’re looking for a delicious breakfast and lunch spot, look no further than Riverside Café & Diner. This casual diner offers a mouth watering selection of homemade food, served up by a super attentive and friendly staff.

The breakfast menu features classic dishes like pancakes and eggs, along with a  variety of original eggs Benedict creations. If you’re a corn beef hash fan, ordering this side is a must as Riverside Café & Diner makes theirs from scratch.

At lunchtime, café diners can opt for entrée size meals, featuring comfort foods like stuffed turkey or fish and chips, or choose from a selection of sandwiches, soups, and salads.

Don’t have time to dine in? Riverside Diner & Café also does takeout. Call ahead and place an order to enjoy a great meal at home.

Riverside Café & Diner was purchased by owner Gerald Alberto Lima in 2019. Lima has worked in the restaurant industry since 1995 and his experience shows through the popularity of his own restaurant.


*Located in the Towle Office Building.


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