Columbus, Meet Your Latest Diner: Jenny’s Diner in Clintonville

Columbus, your latest diner has arrived: Jenny’s Diner! Jenny Dials opened the diner final week at North Excessive Avenue and Beechwold Boulevard in Clintonville, close to Mozart’s Cafe. She’s working with Crystal Peplau; the 2 of them have a few years’ expertise working at TeeJaye’s, Beechwold Diner, and Linworth Diner.

Jenny’s has all of the markings of a basic American diner: lengthy counter, tall cubicles, photographs of mid-century American popular culture.

There’s a small ready space on the entrance, though it will get somewhat crammed when it’s busy. It’ll be good when the hotter months arrive and friends can cling exterior on the sidewalk.

The menu covers all of the diner classics, too: corned beef hash, pancakes, omelets, nation fried steak, biscuits and gravy, French toast, eggs benedict.

I appreciated just a few additions, like cornmeal pancakes, cream chipped beef (aka SOS), grilled salmon, a grilled peanut butter and banana sandwich, and attention-grabbing omelets like a reuben or a chili omelet.

We ordered a full unfold for our Breakfast!

The Basic Breakfast combines two eggs to order, a alternative of meat, potatoes, and toast. I respect that they provide hash browns in addition to house fries!

The Diner Smalls permits you to mix a pancake, a slice of French toast, one strip of bacon, one sausage hyperlink or patty, and an egg cooked to order. Each the pancake and French toast had been properly accomplished – all golden brown.

The eggs benedict options your normal mixture of poached eggs and ham layered on a toasted English muffin with hollandaise. It was all properly accomplished. Kudos to them for pulling off correctly poached eggs and hollandaise (perhaps pre-made, however nonetheless flavorful) on a busy morning.

We tried a facet of corned beef hash, too. We forgot to ask if it’s made in-house, though this seems pre-made. However the taste was fairly good!

Good nation fried steak, too! Crispy and tender, with a really peppery gravy. Comes with two eggs, potatoes, and toast.

One in every of us tried a half order of biscuits and gravy as properly. The gravy isn’t tremendous chunky, however it’s generously seasoned. Perhaps they ran out of biscuits, however the biscuit we obtained seemed extra like a grilled dinner roll.

Jenny was form sufficient to pose with a few of her crew after we stated hello!

Jenny’s Diner is open Monday-Saturday, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Jenny’s Diner
4768 N. Excessive St.
Columbus, OH 43214
(614) 670-5593

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