The Laurel Diner has been in operation since 1941, and presently serves breakfast and lunch. Its menu is written in chalk on a slate wall, and the counter stools are original. The diner has the feel of a time long gone by, and some customers have been regulars for more than 30 years. The must-try is its corned beef hash, which it makes fresh on premises. The prices are reasonable and the owner still does the cooking most of the time. Step in, sit down -- you'll think you've traveled back in time!