Your Columbus Diner Guide
Nearly every corner of Columbus features at least one old school eatery, a casual spot that's the pride of the neighborhood, filled with locals and serving down-home cooking.
Get a look at the diners of Columbus and find one near you!
An A-Z of Columbus Diners
Stav's was a fun surprise when we first visited, a one-room diner with a long counter to one side and Stav himself whipping up corned beef hash, biscuits and gravy, omelets.
Open Tues-Fri, 6a-3p; Sat & Sun, 7:30a-2p
We have a lot of fond memories wrapped up in the storefront where Delaney's sits - we were regulars at the former tenant, The Best. But Delaney's is loads of fun, offering unique dishes like a breakfast casserole and something called the breakfast conewich.
Open Mon-Sat, 6:30a-2:30p; Sun, 7a-3p
It's really hard to beat Tommy's Diner. It's family-run, friendly, loaded with retro decor. And in my opinion, they make the best Belgian waffle in the city, so perfectly golden and crispy.
Open 6:30a-2:30p daily