New York City is often the first place people think of when it comes to finding the best food within the Empire State but if you're a long-time resident you know, sometimes the most delicious options are hiding upstate.
If you're looking for a must-visit spot, you have to check out Lloyd's of Lowville located in North Country between the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains and the Tug Hill Plateau.
This old-fashioned diner has been around since 1939 and it's housed inside what used to be an actual train car.
The restaurant was built to serve factory workers back in the day but today it remains a popular community staple.
Patrons flock here for the irresistible breakfast plates, amazing prices, and incredible homemade pies.
You certainly get the most bang for your buck when you chose to dine at Lloyd's. Most items on this menu cost well under 10 bucks but while the food here is certainly cheap in price, it is not cheap in quality.
The highlight here is the mouthwatering pie. There are often several kinds to choose from but the apple is the most popular option. Served on a plate and topped with an extraordinary amount of whipped cream, it doesn't get much more comforting than this classic favorite.
If you're a foodie who loves a good old-fashioned meal you simply have to check this hidden gem diner out. Lloyd's of Lowville is open every day of the week from 6 am until 8 pm and closes at 11:30 am on Saturdays and Sundays so be sure to arrive early.
To learn more about the restaurant, you can check out their official Facebook page here.
Address: 7405 S State St, Lowville, NY 13367.
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