Step back in time at Howley’s, a hip diner that’s serving up comfort chow while showcasing vintage décor with a modern twist. The Howley family first opened the iconic diner in the1950s and in 2004 it became a part of the Subculture Restaurant Group (Dada, Hullabaloo, Kapow, Sassafras and more). With renovations and historic preservation of key elements (like the 50's boomerang pattern countertops), diners wait in line to experience a new take on comfort food.
Like the sign says, everything at Howley’s is “Cooked in Sight, Must be Right” with no microwave on the premises. Start the day with Classic French Toast or Momma’s Hot Cakes. Eggs however you like 'em - a variety of omelets, Nova Salmon, and the ever popular Eggs Benedict, all delicious. And the best part? This diner has a full liquor bar, so if you're in the mood for a Bloody Mary with your Goat Cheese Omelet, you're in luck.
At lunch and dinner you'll find the kind of comfort food you'd expect at a diner - but here there's an actual culinary team creating the recipes. Gino's Meatloaf, Shrimp & Grits, Fried Green Tomatoes, and their signature Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes are all fan faves. But if you really want to dive into a plate full of comfort, go for the homemade Turkey Pot Pie. Instagram-worthy. The kid in you will love washing it all down with a Root Beer Float or a 4-Scoop Milkshake - just like the olden days.
Whether you’re craving traditional diner food, classic menu items with a modern twist, breakfast any time, or even a late-night spiked milkshake, come see why Howley’s has been rated one of the “21 Best Diners in America” by Thrillist, and is rated as “Yum Plus” by USA Today.