Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
Today we went to Glory Days Diner in central Greenwich. Alison had a waffle with blueberries, Megan had chocolate chip pancakes, and both of us had scrambled eggs on the side. Special guest Owen Tedford also came along and had fried eggs, pancakes, toast, bacon, and homefries. Like many other diners, there were plenty of other options for breakfast, such as specialty omelets, breakfast wraps, yogurt with fresh fruit, and egg sandwiches. There were also a lot of options for something to drink, including orange juice and milkshakes (if you’re in the mood). The food was very tasty, and there is something available for everyone, no matter what you like.
It was about 15 minutes between the time we ordered and the time we received our food. Like Sweet Pea’s, it makes it difficult for a high school student to eat there before a first block class. However, since it is only a 5 minute drive from the high school, it’s the perfect breakfast location for students with a first block open, or even an upperclassmen with student options on Thursday mornings. The price range is very reasonable for a highschooler as well, and since it’s open at 6:00 am, there’s nothing stopping you from going in the morning. Overall we gave it 4.5 stars out of 5, the only drawback being the amount of time to order.
- Breakfast options range from $4.35 – $13.75
- Belgian Waffle: $6.95
- Short stack of Pancakes: $4.95
- Chocolate Chip Pancakes (regular stack): $7.95
- Eggs w/ Bacon & Homefries: $8.45
- Side of Eggs: $2.00
Link to Online Menu: http://www.glorydaysdiner.com/alldaymenu.html
Photo from Greenwich Patch.