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Moonlight Diner in Williamstown

Burgers with Rock ā€˜nā€™ Roll

By: Pit Bulls - 09/20/2013

 

Moonlight Diner
408 Main Street
Williamstown, MA 01267
413-458-3305
Hours: 7am to 9pm, Friday and Saturday to 10pm, Sunday to 8:30PM.
Breakfast served all day.

The Pit Bulls, Cisco and Pancho with their sweetiepies met for a Sunday brunch at the Rock ‘N’ Roll themed Moonlight Diner.

It is accessible on the strip between North Adams and Williamstown.

On a Sunday morning the popular juke joint was packed.

Its popularity combines a  campy, 1950s themed rock environment and comfort diner food at affordable prices.

That’s a winning, hard to beat combination.

Moonlight is a great destination for a classic burger or bowl of chili.

But also features breakfast all day.

That’s what we came for.

The ladies ordered the Western omelet and two eggs over easy with a pancake on the side.

The Pit Bulls both hunkered down on the homestyle hash and eggs. Cisco went for a dropped egg on the hash and Pancho went with two on the side.

All orders came with home fries (actually deep fried small pieces) and toast.

Pancho liked the hash “It was just right with more meat than potato. A very good preparation.”

The waitress was perky and attentive.

It was fun fun fun till Daddy took the T Bird away.

 

 

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