SOB Says: The sign on the clock above the door reads, ‘A cool place to eat 24/7’. While the clock no longer keeps time, they aren’t open 24/7, and there may be a few dings on the old car-style diner, the Lake Effect Diner is indeed a cool place to eat. Read More->
Lake Effect Diner is one of the last few dining car-style diners left in America. Lovingly restored by the Curtin family, this diner hearkens a better time. With old-fashioned milkshakes and a hearty menu of home favorites, Lake Effect has become a popular destination for locals and travelers. The Curtin family’s decision to switch to a menu with a focus on meats, fruits and vegetables from Western New York’s farms landed it a starring role on Food Network’s ‘Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives’ featuring Guy Fieri.