Deb's Pilgrim Diner is a landmark diner car restaurant located on the outskirts of Salem's famous McIntyre district, named after Samuel McIntyre (1757–1811), one of the earliest architects in the United States.
The diner was manufactured in 1927 and moved from its original location to its current location in 1939. It has been run by waitress-turned-owner Deborah Dentremont for the past 14 years, and to this day is busy with local regulars and the curious tourists who want to experience a piece of American history. The diner has integrated some necessary updates, but your eye will catch many original details, like the oak cabinets and wooden bowed ceiling.
Visitors to Deb's Pilgrim Diner can enjoy breakfast and lunch, including a homemade fish and clam chowder.
- Hours: Mon - Fri, 5am-1pm; Fri, Sat, 11pm - 5am; Sun, closed
- Handicap Accessible: No
- Founding Date: Jul 01 1927
- Payments accepted: Cash, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
- Products: Breakast and Lunch
- Food & dining options: Vegetarian
- General services: Eat-in, Phone orders, Take-out
- Specialties: Breakfast and Lunch; homemade chowders
- ATM: No
- Parking: Free lot
- Private events: No
- Cuisine: Diner
- Signature dishes: Homemade chowder and breakfast items.
- Features: Breakfast, Lunch
- Atmosphere: Fun