Sunday, October 31, 2010

#48: The Kitchenette

When you're coming back from a roadtrip, I find there are few things more welcoming than a 24-hour diner where you can collapse and recount your adventures, filling your face with greasy food and bad coffee.  The Kitchenette can be that place.

It's located on the main drag of Michigan Street, just a bit south of the downtown activity.  They serve breakfast all day and all night, as well as sandwiches and burgers.  The food is good, but typical diner fare.  We had fun flipping through the tabletop jukebox, perusing the country and top-hits offerings.   (I had forgotten about Christina Milian. Thanks Now 8!!!)  The clientele was eclectic, as it should be, as well as the decor.  All in all, the Kitchenette is the paradigmatic diner for South Bend, and I am incredibly grateful for this welcoming spot to go to when you want to feel like you've made it home.

Where: 2221 S Michigan St
When to go: ANY TIME YOU WANT! (that's the glory of this place)
Tip: Check out their five breakfast meals for under $5.  Also, late at night, it's cash only and pay first, but there's an ATM right across the street.

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