There are a whole lot of diners in the state of Ohio, but only one can be the best.
According to more than two and a half thousand Google reviewers, that one is Tommy’s Diner. At the time this story was published, Tommy’s boats a net 4.7 stars across 2,600 reviews on the ubiquitous platform.
The long-standing eatery, which is located at 914 W. Broad St., was first opened in 1989 by Tom and Kathy Kappas, and has served as a Franklinton—and Columbus—staple ever since.
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Breakfast is served all day at the Franklinton diner, and Tommy’s features a menu of classic diner dishes like Eggs Benedict, Ribeye Steak and Eggs and Stuffed French Toast, in addition to various rotating specials. With its iconic marquee sign, in addition to a quirky interior from additions like vinyl booths and neon lights, experiencing the diner is almost as enjoyable as eating Tommy’s food.
Tommy’s Diner is open from 6:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. daily.
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