Olathe’s Downtown Diner

  4.3 – 695 reviews  $ • Diner

Old-fashioned, family-owned operation preparing hearty, homestyle American classics in a cozy space.

Service Options:  Dine-in · Takeout · Delivery

Health and Safety:  Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits · 

Hours

Saturday6AM–2:30PM
Sunday6AM–2:30PM
Monday6AM–2:30PM
Tuesday6AM–2:30PM
Wednesday6AM–2:30PM
Thursday6AM–2:30PM
Friday6AM–2:30PM

Address and Contact Information

Address: 409 E Santa Fe St, Olathe, KS 66061
Phone: (913) 839-9165
Website: http://www.olathesdowntowndiner.com/

Menu

Menu Link: docs.google.com

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Review Summary

Baby Doe
Huge menu, original dishes friendly service a great place to eat!
Akira Nanimoto
Super friendly staff, positive and homey environment, and delicious food!
Alex Wagoner
Also check out the huge selection of eggs Benedict styles for breakfast!
Clayton Sampel
First time and was not bad at all. Services was quick and attentive. We got the turkey club and a schnitzel sandwich with fires. The food was very good and I recommend this place for anyone wanting a personal feeling. Not to big and not to small. Will come again.Second vist came in with the family -1. We had the schnitzel, sheboygan, turkey club, and the Brooklyn sandwiches. No complaints, still great service and attentive server. If you are reading this come try it out. Included more pics too.
Karin Ponce
Their menu is intriguing. They’ve put an interesting spin on diner breakfast fare. My Irish Omelette had lots of corned beef, cheese, and onions, and cooked up just right. The home fries are potato chunks, lightly seasoned, and delicious.The prices are fair, and they kept our coffee cups filled up.I reserved one star because although the place wasn’t even at half capacity at 8:30am Sunday, our food took nearly 30 minutes to arrive at our table, and my husband’s food was not hot- at all.There is a temporary sign on the door stating they closed early on Saturday because they were short handed. With the server’s apology for our wait came the info that they were short handed this Sunday morning.Their pie selection included chocolate peanut butter, chocolate silk, butterscotch, cherry, & apple!Even with the wait, that menu, of which I also posted photos, entices me to plan return trips, soon. I want to try the tomato cream cheese omelette, and the hangover plate, and the crab cake benedict….!
Erin Miller
Oh. My. Word! The Peanut Butter and Jelly Stuffed French Toast was a party for my tastebuds and elevated that favorite lunch of my childhood. Honestly, I hadn’t had many PB&Js since I was a kid because I had had so many in my lunch box, but PB&J can come to stay for breakfast!The Train Wreck, Haystack, and Biscuits and Gravy are all stars in my opinion as well! Everyone I have talked to who knows this place raves about it, too!
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