"20 Years and Still Cookin'" pretty much nails J's. It's amazing so many people can eat all that weighty American goodness and live for that long. It must have something to do with the food, cheaper than last night's grease and the "kiss my grits" staff. Operating 'round the clock (making it a good place to sober up with an after-hours breakfast), this diner is replete with green vinyl and parts held together by duct tape. J's has a much-coveted smoking section and the requisite chicken-fried steak, to boot.
Get the Things to Do Newsletter
Sign up for our weekly guide to events in Dallas, and never be bored again. With suggestions for every day of the week, our recommendations will keep you busy on any budget.
There must be only a handful of diners left in America where you can smoke cigarettes right next to the open kitchen and read a newspaper. 2016 has made visiting timeless diners a very real need: It’s a year that makes hyperbole see...