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How Is the Pilgrim Diner (Deb's Diner) in Salem?

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We were driving through Beverly and Salem the other day and drove by a diner called the Pilgrim Diner (although according to some Web sites, it's also known as Deb's Diner). It looked authentic, like it was in a real diner car. I know nothing of this place, and I thought I knew most diners around the Boston area. Does anyone have any information on it? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 12/9/08 by hiddenboston)


MBM wrote:
I have been to the Pilgrim Diner twice. It is a nice quaint place. They have many home cooked meal specials besides the regular sandwiches on the menu. My husband thinks they make the best BLT sandwich in the world. The last time I was there I got American chop suey and it was awesome.
(Posted on 6/6/09)

JH wrote:
I frequently stop at the Pilgrim Diner for breakfast. On a busy weekend morning, the cooks are like poetry in motion. The food is fairly simple and excellent in quality, and the portions are very generous. They are very accommodating--special orders don't upset them!
(Posted on 7/28/10)


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