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Late Night: This classic diner, centrally located on Abercorn Street in Midtown Savannah, is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The large breakfast menu, which is available all day, features pancakes, eggs, buttermilk biscuits, omelets, breakfast sandwiches, grits and other traditional items, plus more unique choices like fried catfish and eggs and grilled quail and eggs. The extensive lunch and dinner menu includes appetizers, soups, salads, burgers and sandwiches. Greek specialties include gyros, souvlaki and spanikopita. Specials are always available, with past choices including lasagna, crab cakes and popcorn shrimp. The Diner on Abercorn also boasts mouthwatering cakes, a treat any time but especially during the witching hour when all other nearby restaurants are closed.

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Local Expert Amy Pine Says:

Late Night: "The Diner on Abercorn gives a 10-percent discount to military, police officers and senior citizens."

Best for Late Night Because: The Diner on Abercorn is Savannah's only 24-hour diner and has an extensive menu featuring breakfast items, burgers, sandwiches, soups, salads, Greek favorites and more.

Breakfast Menu

From The Griddle
Specialty Pancakes
Breakfast Meats
Buttermilk Biscuits
Breakfast Sandwiches
Additional Items
Eggs
Egg Combinations
3 Egg Omelettes
Breakfast Specialties

Main Menu

Appetizers
Sandwiches
Salads
Our Famous Salads
Soups
Abercorn Famous Melts
Gyro/Souvlaki
Wraps
Hunker Down Burgers
Most Exellent Philly Sandwiches
Chicken Sandwiches
Entrees
Side Items
Hashbrowns
French Fries
Desserts
Beverages
Kids Corner

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