Slide into a booth at an all-American diner with home-style cooking and maybe even a classic jukebox.
The shimmering stainless steel at Rosie's Diner in Rockford, MI, gives the joint a classic appeal both inside and out.
Rosie's serves hearty, home-style meals and a round of golf on the 18-hole miniature-golf course outside.
With classic 1950s decor, Ed Debevic's in Chicago is not only well-known for its food, but for its fun-loving servers.
Ed Debevic's Diner is famous for its simple and fun diner food, like hot dogs, meat loaf and milkshakes.
The 1920s railcar known as Empire Diner has been a fixture in the artsy community of New York's Chelsea for decades.
The art deco Empire Diner serves classic American comfort food with a touch of metropolitan flair, including a full bar.
Rhode Island is where the American diner got started at places like the Modern Diner in Pawtucket, RI.
While most diners were designed only to look like railroad cars, the Napa Valley Wine Train is the real deal.
Guests aboard the Wine Train can sip and swirl their wine while viewing the lush landscape of Napa Valley.