The Best Darn Comfort Food on Central- The Central Diner DTSP

About Central Diner DTSP 

Central Diner DTSP is located in St. Pete's Central Arts District.

It was founded in 1975. Then, the restaurant was called Central Coffee Shoppe. Now, they want you to know that they offer more than just a good cup of joe. 

If you love classic American cuisine, you’re in luck. Central Diner serves up your favorite diner classics accompanied by good ol’ southern hospitality. Moreover, their menu items are reasonably priced. You know, like how it used to be.

Discover all the delicious finds on their menu below! 

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Friendly service, comfort food, and a great cup of coffee. This diner serves up breakfast, lunch, and smiles, ear-to-ear. 🙂

Continue below to learn more about what Central Diner DTSP has to offer! 

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The Central Diner Menu 

The Central Diner DTSP has every entrée you can imagine. Their menu includes varieties of your favorite breakfast classics including: 

  • Pancakes 
  • Corned Beef Hash 
  • Biscuits and Gravy 
  • Breakfast Sandwiches 
  • Omelets and more.

Their lunch menu will also leave you with a full belly and a smile. They offer the following lunchtime classics:

  • Half-Pound Burgers
  • Patty Melts
  • Fried Chicken Sandwiches
  • A Variety of Salads
  • Club Sandwiches and more!
Cup of Diner Coffee

The Central Diner Drink Menu 

Lastly, the Central Diner drink menu includes classics like orange juice and coffee. But, it also features several unique finds, including:

  • Cherry Coke
  • Orange Fanta
  • Cranberry Juice
  • Tomato Juice
  • Hot Chocolate (almond milk creamer available)

Central Diner believes in using the highest quality ingredients. They’ve provided customers with deliciously satisfying meals for decades and take pride in what they do.

See their full menu, here!

How to Find Central Diner DTSP 

Central Diner is conveniently located in downtown St. Pete at 530 Central Ave. That’s right next door to Regions Bank. 

You can't miss the historical murals on the left side of the building, which read: “Ermatinger’s Exclusive Hatters” and “Hayward’s Toy Shop." (Fun fact: These businesses occupied this very block in 1842 and 1921 respectively!)

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