363 River Street
The Springfield Royal Diner. Dishin’ out good food 50s style. It’s comfortable, and it’s affordable. It’s American. It’s colorful. It’s shiny, and it’s fun. This popular, artifact-filled roadhouse serves true diner fare, meaning the food is fresh, hot, tasty, inexpensive, honestly prepared, and served with a cheerful and sincere smile.
Do you fondly and nostalgically recall malt shops with black-and-white checkered tile floors, pink and blue neon signs and lunch counters with stools you spun around on while nursing a root beer float? If you do, return to those thrilling days of yesteryear, of roadside diners with Wurlitzer jukeboxes, and pink ’57 T-Birds. Borrow your father’s Rocket ’88 Oldsmobile, head on down the highway and meet the gang at the Springfield Royal Diner.