Our plan is simple: Have brunch at a new place every weekend that neither of us have been to before, and write about it. We’re based in the Capital Region of New York and the majority of the places we go will be in the same area.
The rating of our food and experience is based on a scale of 1 to 5 Randys. (Randy is our dog and a better scale than “stars” or anything else we’ve seen before.)
You may be thinking, what the hell is dinerness, and why do these fools think they can just make up a word? Well, we will define it for you, and because Shakespeare did, that’s why. Dinerness is based on the typical attributes you expect of a diner. Does it look like an old dining car from a train was just plopped on the side of the road? Are there mirrors everywhere? Is there a waitress that looks like she’s been working there since the Great Depression? Is there an unbelievable amount of chrome, and stool seating at the counter? Is it a hot spot for post-church families on Sunday? These are all questions we ask ourselves when we evaluate the dinerness of a place.
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