So what do the summer interns do when it’s late and they’ve got a case of the munchies? GO ON A DINER DASH OF COURSE! Route 9 Diner serves as the perfect spot for these late night ventures. Whether you’re in the mood for nachos, root beer, or a good ol’ omlette, this old school, disco-like diner is the perfect spot!
Last Wednesday, Nicole, Kane, George (some of our other interns), and I all hopped into the Bat Mobile (a name I just made up for Nicole’s car) and drove off into the night on a mission to cure our great hunger. Thanks to the Bat Mobile, we got to the diner in seven speedy minutes and were greeted by a very cool waitress who just needed a pair of rollerskates to complete the classic diner look of the 90s!
While it was certainly hard to choose what to order, the four of us managed to try things all across the board such as the omelets, root beer floats, and chips and guacamole. I ordered the bacon, egg, and cheese sandwich and absolutely loved. If you are in the area and want a great sandwich, I do recommend you try it!!
To end the night, we decided to really get a feel for diner times back when the waitresses rollerbladed around by jamming out to the classic Scooby Doo theme song on the jukebox.
Interns just wanna have fu-un and getting food is one of the great ways we do just that. You may find me heading to GoBerry frozen yogurt 3 times a week or grabbing my favorite specialty slice at Antonio’s--steak burrito. Stay tuned as I continue to document my fun adventures as I spend the summer up at Amherst.