Buzz·Posted on Mar 15, 201521 American Diners You Should Eat At Before You DieAs American as apple pie and baseball.by Jon-Michael PoffBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to tell us the best diner they've ever eaten at. Here are their recommendations: Ricardo Reitmeyer / Thinkstock / BuzzFeed / Jon-Michael Poff 1. Miss Worcester Diner Flickr: liz west / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: calliope Where: 300 Southbridge St., Worcester, MassachusettsFYI: Miss Woo, as it's affectionally known, is on the National Register of Historic Places, having been built in 1948.Submitted by Katherine 2. Original Market Diner View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 4434 Harry Hines Blvd., DallasFYI: The diner, which opened in 1954, closed during the '80s but was reopened by its original owners in 1989. Pictured above is the Nutella banana bread French toast.Submitted by Catherine 3. Marietta Diner Flickr: Kevin Trotman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: kt Where: 306 Cobb Pkwy. S., Marietta, GeorgiaFYI: The neon-adorned restaurant serves the usual diner fare, but save room for dessert: Their cakes are to die for.Submitted by Aaron Miller, Facebook 4. Tops Diner View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 500 Passaic Ave., Harrison, New JerseyFYI: In a state jam-packed with diners, Tops was recently named the most famous restaurant in Jersey.Submitted by Dee 5. The Arcade Restaurant Picasa Where: 540 S. Main St., MemphisFYI: Elvis was a regular here back in the day, so it makes sense that you can order one of his favorite meals: a peanut butter and banana sandwich.Submitted by Samantha 6. Slim Goodies Diner Via Facebook: SlimGoodiesDiner Where: 3322 Magazine St., New OrleansFYI: Known for their epic Slammers, Slim Goodies has been serving up creole goodness for nearly 12 years.Submitted by cfavrot 7. Ruth’s Diner Via ruthsdiner.com Where: 4160 Emigration Canyon Road, Salt Lake CityFYI: Ruth's has been around since 1930, making it the second-oldest restaurant in Utah.Submitted by Elizabeth 8. Harry's Coffee Shop View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 7545 Girard Ave., La Jolla, CaliforniaFYI: This West Coast favorite, which has been around since 1960, was actually inspired by Brooklyn diners.Submitted by Micaela 9. Mickey’s Dining Car Flickr: Joe D / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: jadammel Where: 36 W. 7th St., St. Paul, MinnesotaFYI: Mickey's, which has been open for nearly 80 years, is open 24/7/365.Submitted by Michelle Regna 10. Uncle Bill's Pancake House View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: Eight locations along the Jersey ShoreFYI: For over 50 years, families have been coming back to Uncle Bill's while vacationing along the Shore.Submitted by Sarah Page, Facebook 11. Moody's Diner Flickr: My Lush Life / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mylushlife Where: 1885 Atlantic Highway, Waldoboro, MaineFYI: Moody's, which has been in the same family since its founding in 1927, serves up a variety of seafood platters, in addition to more typical diner fare.Submitted by Will 12. The Camellia Grill Flickr: JWSherman / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: polymerchemist Where: 626 S. Carrollton Ave., New OrleansFYI: A New Orleans staple since 1946, the diner is known for its chocolate pecan pie and its massive omelets.Submitted by TNMel49 13. Hamburg Inn No. 2 Flickr: Ellen Macdonald / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: ellenmac Where: 214 N. Linn St., Iowa City, IowaFYI: What looks like a low-key diner is actually a frequent stumping ground for politicians. In fact, during presidential election years, it even hosts a coffee bean poll.Submitted by Danielle 14. MaryAnn's Diner Via maryannsdiner.com Where: 29 E. Broadway, Derry, New HampshireFYI: MaryAnn's has it all: omelets, sandwiches, burgers, and, of course, jukeboxes.Submitted by Julia 15. Roundabout Diner & Lounge View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: Portsmouth Traffic Circle, Portsmouth, New HampshireFYI: Roundabout, which serves up omelets, burgers, and everything in between, has been called the best diner in New Hampshire.Submitted by Alexa 16. Shorty's Lunch View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 34 W. Chestnut St., Washington, PennsylvaniaFYI: The local landmark, around since 1930, has two local favorites: the chili dog and the gravy-covered fries.Submitted by Erica 17. The Metro Diner Flickr: ernestkoe / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: blinkerfish Where: 1534 3rd St. North, Jacksonville Beach, FloridaFYI: Chicken and waffles with Louisiana Hot Sauce syrup and a fried peanut butter, jelly, and banana sandwich are just two of the unique options found at The Metro Diner. Their famous vortex burger is pictured above.Submitted by Julie 18. Golden Harvest Flickr: danbruell / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: mr-morshee Where: 1625 Turner St., Lansing, MichiganFYI: With terrific breakfast options, fun games, and music blasting in the background, what's not to love about this one-of-a-kind diner? People have been known to wait outside in zero-degree weather to get in.Submitted by Kenny 19. Phoenicia Diner View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 5681 NY-28, Phoenicia, New YorkFYI: Setting it apart from other greasy spoons, Phoenicia Diner sources its ingredients locally and serves craft beer. Plus, they make delicious bourbon milkshakes!Submitted by Denah 20. Russell's Flickr: Marc Flores / Creative Commons / Via Flickr: marc-flores Where: 30 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena, CaliforniaFYI: This Old Town Pasadena staple has been serving up fresh food for over 80 years now.Submitted by Maya 21. Mayberry Cafe View this photo on Instagram instagram.com Where: 78 W. Main St., Danville, IndianaFYI: As you might guess, Mayberry Cafe is Andy Griffith-themed, and on Sundays, they serve Aunt Bee's famous fried chicken dinner.Submitted by Lilly Want to be featured in similar BuzzFeed posts? Follow the BuzzFeed Community on Facebook and Twitter!