Rhode Island is known as the home of "Johnny cakes," but not many restaurants still serve them except for this little gem of a diner. These cakes are similar to a pancake but made with local stone ground corn meal that is griddled with butter and served as is, or you can pour maple syrup over it. You can also build your own omelet at this spot. Enjoy eggs Benedict topped with lobster or dive into a stack of gingerbread pancakes anytime of day. The diner was formerly a 1950s dining car built by the Worcester Lunch Car Company. Lunch items include fresh hand-pressed burgers, grilled panini, sandwiches and wraps. To complete your true Rhode Island experience, order a classic "coffee cabinet," which is similar to a milkshake and worth the extra calories.