Junior’s Diner (Orlando)

Posted on September 25th, 2011 · American Breakfast Orlando


***** Junior’s Diner, 2920 Corrine Drive, Orlando, Florida 32803, (407) 894-8871.

Junior’s Diner…”mom & pop”–cash only–booth/counter seating diner in Orlando.

I love neighborhood-diner joints, like Juniors. Nothing fancy, just good solid breakfasts, burgers, fries, sandwiches—what makes these joints special is–that they have personality. Unlike chains like IHOP and Perkin’s, the Junior’s of the world have a down-home style and personal touch that only local-owners can generate.

Now, we all know that Orlando is a tourist “mecca”—I seriously doubt, that there are any national restaurant chains without at least one Orlando outpost. If you want to eat where the “locals” eat…you gotta try Junior’s Diner. The joint is open Monday-Saturday 6:30am-2pm and is closed on Sunday.

2 Comments to “Junior’s Diner (Orlando)”

  1. Mike Rappaport says...

    Hey Jeff,
    Didn’t know where to send this comment so I stuck it under Junior’s Diner.
    Last night I was at a private party at the Woodfield Country Club. There were about 200 people there.
    The food and buffet service were terrific.
    The band was Satyin’ Alive a Bee Gee’s/Disco tribute band. They were just fair.
    What I wanted to mention was that a Rod Stewart tribute artist Rick St. james made a surprise guest appearance. Apparently Rick and his wife were guests at the party. Rick looks like the real Rod. Rick only did one song with the band singing Get Down Tonight and he absolutely killed it. It was like having Rod Stewart on stage for 5-6 minutes.
    I looked at Rick’s website and see that he works in the area with his last public appearance having been last Tuesday night at BB King’s in WPB.
    I think that your readers who enjoy this kind of music would love this performer.
    Mike Rappaport

  2. ED says...

    Jeff, if you like Junior’s give Brian’s Restaurant 1409 N. Orange Avenue, Orlando a shot. Me and my drinking buddies have been doing Sunday breakfast there for years.

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