What a fun place! The pictures say it all. The burger was great, along with the fries. They do have a lot of rules that are a little strange. Just read them inside the menu :)
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I've had a few of the omelettes here, and I'm working my way through the menu. Yesterday, a Southwestern omelette. corn salsa, avocado, tomato, some cheese, and a few other things. Terrific. Great service, with prompt coffee refills. Yum
stopped in for breakfast based on an article in the baltimore sun with our two toddler kids (the article was about kid friendly breakfast joints around baltimore). the diner had ample parking which was great. the restaurant had a lot of toys hanging from the...More
Restaurant with the funky decor and rules. You must order at least $12 per person. Split plates extra $3 charge. Split milkshakes $2 extra. Waiters are funky too. They all share the work and the tips. They all look like artists. They aren't the most...More
Just ate here for the first time, absolutely outstanding food. By far the best omelette we have ever eaten, portobello and spinach perfectly seasoned and cooked. Blueberry vanilla custard French toast was off the hook too, would have liked a little more custard but regardless...More
Paper Moon Diner has very good food and very good service. The burgers are a favorite of many people. And they have great breakfast items all day. And they have a parking lot which is great.
We waited for 45 minutes for a huge breakfast at this funky diner. We had a change in wait staff....one person was a complete ding dong of a server and the second waitress was amazing...both helping at our table. The wrong meal was brought to...More
We stopped into Papermoon for dinner one night during the week. The place appeared to be busy, but not packed; nobody was waiting for a table. We were shown to a table standing alone and separate from the others. We waited at least 10 minutes,...More
Delightfully funky restaurant, but the food is not great. My suggestion would be to enjoy the explosion of dolls and oddities over a thick milkshake and skip the actual food.