America's Coolest New Diners

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Ryan Donahue

The latest coast-to-coast restaurant trend has chefs reimagining America’s first fast-food restaurant: the diner.

Fremont Diner, Sonoma, CA

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With its reclaimed-wood bar, vintage metal stools, and screened-in wraparound porch, The Fremont (open only for breakfast and lunch) adds retro style to the diner concept. Owner and pit master Chad Harris takes a Slow Food approach, sourcing ingredients from local farms—including the one out back—for southern-inspired fare like shrimp and grits with house-made sausages and poached eggs, or smoked Marin County whole-hog sandwiches.

Don’t Miss: A piece of fried pie and a glass of white from the surrounding vineyards.

thefremontdiner.com

America's Coolest New Diners

Fremont Diner, Sonoma, CA

With its reclaimed-wood bar, vintage metal stools, and screened-in wraparound porch, The Fremont (open only for breakfast and lunch) adds retro style to the diner concept. Owner and pit master Chad Harris takes a Slow Food approach, sourcing ingredients from local farms—including the one out back—for southern-inspired fare like shrimp and grits with house-made sausages and poached eggs, or smoked Marin County whole-hog sandwiches.

Don’t Miss: A piece of fried pie and a glass of white from the surrounding vineyards.

thefremontdiner.com

Ryan Donahue
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