Sunday, March 15, 2009

In Search of the Quinessential Baltimore Diner, Continued




















I believe that this is Year 3 in which I have partnered with Kenny Sheppard (Prolegomena) in search of the Perfect Baltimore Diner. Since our first breakfast we've visited:

(Kenny, is this list complete?)

On Saturday, Kenny, who's working on his Ph.D at Johns Hopkins on atheism and the intellectual history of 17th century England, and I visited the Silver Moon Diner. It was great! The food was fantastic; Kenny's even become a Scrapple aficionado. But best of all was the great conversation with my good friend.

Kenny took the picture above and a few others which can be found here. (For reasons beyond my capacity to imagine, we have not taken pictures on every single visit).

2 comments:

kns said...

There was also the place we went to in Mount Vernon, but it turned out to not be a diner. It was part of the search, though. And there was Happy Day Diner, on Pulaski. There may even be one more - what was the place called that we went to with Candace and talked about "exploding head syndrome"?

Nu2Seattle said...

Hi Stephen--

When I was in college, the Bel-Loc Diner was the place to be. Reminded me of the diner in "Diner." 1700 East Joppa Road in Parkville.

Enjoy!
Jane