The Diner on Abercorn

The Diner on Abercorn is located at 7202 Abercorn Street, north of Eisenhower Street in midtown

Rewind the clock at The Diner on Abercorn. Styled as if the last 60 years never happened, The Diner is a slice of true Americana. In further keeping with tradition, the restaurant serves classic American meals (everything from hamburgers to hotcakes), and as you slice into your coconut cream pie, you can almost pretend you’re dining in a different era. The 1950s-inspired decor definitely enhances the whole atmosphere, making it a fun and enjoyable dining experience.

the interior at The Diner on Abercorn harkens back to the 1950s

Once called “Pankake Palace,” the diner recently underwent several renovations. It is under new ownership, and it now also features an authentic Greek menu along with its more classic American offerings. Whether you’re in the mood for breakfast, a burger or pasta, you’ll be sure to satisfy your cravings. Along with having a wide variety of delicious food items on the menu, the service at The Diner on Abercorn is spot-on with southern hospitality at its core.

the diner's menu is huge!

from the special menu: the Greek side-salad complete with kalamata olives, feta cheese, mixed lettuce, tomatoes, onion, banana pepper, diced bell pepper, radish and a vinaigrette dressing

from the special menu: moussaka "chef's delight" with layers of grilled eggplant, potato, ground beef, and topped with bechamel sauce

from the breakfast menu: French toast with cinnamon crust and powdered sugar

from the breakfast menu: eggs to accompany the French toast

the dessert case at The Diner on Abercorn is full of freshly-made pies and cakes

we chose coconut cream pie from the dessert case

more desserts are also available at the bar table

several of the desserts even include traditional Greek treats

The Dishes: French Toast and Eggs, Moussaka and Greek Side-Salad, Coconut Cream Pie

What’s Special About It?

Kenda: “Diners are such fun, laid-back places to have a hearty meal with friends at any time of day or night. The Diner on Abercorn is not only adorable but is also a quality dining establishment. It’s also conveniently located in midtown Savannah.”

Eleanor: “This place is absolutely wonderful for its overall convenience! Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, The Diner has free wi-fi and reasonably-priced meals. Perfect for a college student – or a newlywed couple on a budget!”

What Did It Taste Like?

Eleanor: “Both the French Toast and the Coconut Cream Pie were classic American cuisine. No frills, and exactly what you’d expect, but also exactly what you’d want.”

Kenda: “This was my first experience having Moussaka, and I was really impressed! It tasted like a Greek version of Italian lasagna. It was both filling and flavorful, and it went well with the Greek side-salad. The pie was creamy but not runny like so many pies can be. It was enormous; definitely get the dessert for multiple people to share!”

What Did We Say About It?

Kenda: “Savannah is lucky to have The Diner on Abercorn! From the food to the service and the atmosphere, it is definitely something to experience.”

The Diner on Abercorn

7202 Abercorn St.

Savannah, GA

(912) 356-5877

Hours: 24 Hours/Day, 7 Days/Week

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3 thoughts on “The Diner on Abercorn

  1. So, why hasn’t Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives been to this place yet? Maybe you should email Guy and let him in on this YUMMMMY secret!! Looks like he’s missing out on a GEM of a place to eat. Next time in Savannah, this place is on my list! Thanks for sharing! I’m sure you enJOYed every bite :-).

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