Pittsfield Cafe, The Loop

Posted by Krista on December 2, 2011

I’ve always wanted to have a regular haunt. Not for dinner…I like variety too much for dinner. But for lunch, a regular sit down place where the hostess and waitstaff know my name and my preferences and the guy sitting next to me has been coming in for lunch for 20 years…that’s what I want.

And I’ve missed American diners. With their large and multi-ethnic menus (Gyro? Stir-fry? Latkes?) and their appreciation of breakfast for lunch and dinner for breakfast. The concept of time? It does not exist within a true diner.

Yesterday, I had a hankering for breakfast for lunch. This is part Atkins-induced (yes) and part my love of omelettes in general. Pittsfield Cafe it was. The Mr Gyro omelet, with lamb and feta cheese. And a Diet Coke. And no judgement.


The Verdict: I’ll be back. Back until they know my name. And maybe they’ll even name an omelet after me.

P.S.: The Pittsfield building is totally gorgeous too. I’ll post photos at some point.

One Response to “Pittsfield Cafe, The Loop”

  1. Smørrebrød
    Dec 04, 2011

    I hope that they will name an omelet after you 🙂

    I really like when i find these small diners with this special atmosphere. Anyways an omelet with lamb, okay that one was new for me? Wich texture was the lamb?

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