Cape Ann Diner follow up

To put my money where my mouth is, I had lunch here yesterday!

Right away I was offered coffee or tea, so I opted for a hot cup of decaf tea.  The soup options for the day (my first stop practically everywhere) were corn chowder and Southwest chili.  They let me try the chili before ordering, and it was very good, but a bit too spicy for me to eat a whole bowl (my stomach is a bit sensitive).

Instead, I ended up getting a Grilled Veggie Wrap on a tomato basil wrap, with potato chips (other options were mashed potatoes and home fries). It was served piping hot!

The waitress was very attentive and friendly. The wrap, chips, and cup of tea, came to $8.29.  On my way out, I was also given a coupon for a free 16oz cup of coffee (their special this month: egg nog coffee!) or a jumbo fresh-baked muffin! Here are some of the muffins:


I think I will get one of these muffins with my coupon, maybe on Saturday…

Fr. Matthew Green


  • The southwest chili was a wholesome and tasty lunch for me today!
    highly recommended


  • I ate at the Cape Ann Diner this morning. 2 eggs over easy, bacon, hash browns and toast. The eggs were cooked perfectly, The hash browns were nicely cooked, and the bacon could have used a second or 2 on a paper towel, but was crispy and delicious. Mariah (waitress) was attentive and kept my coffee full. While I was there 2 ladies came in for a free cup of coffee with a coupon and Mariah made a fresh pot of flavored coffee just for 1 of the ladies. Very nice atmosphere and food.


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