What’s the Buzz About Sid’s Diner?
Sid’s Diner is an attractive establishment with an eye-catching red door. It looks like an old fashioned rail car or “lunch car” as early diners often were. It is long and narrow and has a red shade covering with black and white checkered trim.
This popular eatery has limited seating, so if the tables and counter seating are taken, eat outside on the shaded picnic benches. When the weather is pleasant, children can run on the grass while they are waiting for their food.
History of Sid’s Diner
How the Fried Onion Burger is Made
Somewhat Family Friendly
Decor and Atmosphere
A United States map and a world map are dotted with dozens of push pins, showing where visitors have traveled from to eat at Sid’s Diner. Use a push pin to mark where you are from before you go.
Two televisions at opposite ends of the diner played different stations. One played the news and the other played a sitcom.
The regulars were welcoming to the newcomers. One elderly man struck up a conversation with my son. He told him a story of a little boy with a new baby brother. When the man jokingly asked the young boy if he could take his new little brother home, without hesitation the youngster said, “Yes!”
Food Safety Issue
7 AM to 8 PM Monday – Saturday
300 S Choctaw Ave.
El Reno, OK 73036
If you are looking for other restaurant suggestions, check out Cecelia’s Cafe in Albuquerque.