The Mamaroneck Diner, a classic fixture in The Village of Mamaroneck, at 405 East Boston Post Road, has been known for decades of great food. Recent renovations have made it even better.
Twenty-Five years ago George Katsaros, an electrical contractor by trade, bought the former Mamaroneck Inn as a silent partner with his brother and soon found himself managing the increasingly popular establishment. A major renovation in 1994, opened up the look of the dining room with the installation of large windows, and at about the same time George's son Greg took over the kitchen. A graduate of New York Restaurant School, Greg slowly intituted a number of menu changes-including pizza, cooked in an authentic stone deck oven- and this year, Greg decided it was time to re-do the kitchen. The entire kitchen was removed and replaced, from floors, ceiling and all the equipment, during the month long renovation from February 2005-March 2005. This also included a modernization of the dining area: New booths, granite tables, ceilings, LCD Tv's. The look say's Liana Katsaros, Greg's sister, has been described by customers as "elegant...classy....modern".
One of Greg's core principles is to provide a friendly and comfortable atmosphere for our patrons. "I want our customers to know us all by name, management and servers, it creates a comfort level not seen in many restaurants". Greg's focus on core dishes elegantly prepared is reflected in the Diner's menu. In contrast to usual diner menu's, The Mamaroneck Diner serves restaurant style dishes, and features items consistent with current tastes-like panini grilled sandwiches, Rotisserie chicken, wraps & fresh squeezed oranje juice that you can see being squeezed.
We would also like to thank our loyal patrons of the past 25 years, and look forward to serving you all in the future.