The Tastee Diner in Laurel was constructed in 1951. It was prefabricated by Comac and delivered by truck from Vineland, New Jersey.
The building has a three-bay structure. Its stainless-steel rectangle is attached to a yellow brick kitchen and service wing.
Originally owned by three members of the S & T Realty Company, the diner was sold to M & W Tastee Foods in 1982. This property is said to be one of only two surviving Comac diners, the other in Albany, New York.
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Personal, homey ambiance rememiscent of diners from the 1950's. Nostalgic. Food was great, prices reasonable.
Best BLT in Laurel and Sausage Biscuit with gravy is awesome. Patti is a wonderful server and is just the nicest person ever!!!!!
The cook John serves the best breakfast in all of Laurel. The server Patti has excellent server skills, and extremely friendly!! Love this place!