A restaurant menu is the nexus of a diner, a dinner, a chef and the suitably hospitable environment in which a meal is served.
Later, at a diner Dean apologetically says he only did it so they could have more money to travel on the road.
At the diner, he was asked if he thought Romney is a conservative.
He became involved with Victoria, then 24, who met him while she working at a diner that he was eating at.
Once, when my plane was delayed for six hours, I sat in this diner and tried every variety of currywurst on offer.
She was doubtless some great and exclusive personage, for she had not appeared in public, not even in the diner.
If we get hungry before we reach Los Angeles, we'll patronize the diner.
That the discovery of what it is you eat in a vol-au-vent at a "diner trois francs," will please but not surprise you.
I do want to ride on a train, a big train with a sleeper and a diner!
Now, when you got over there, how long did you stay at the diner?
"one who dines, 1815," agent noun from dine. Meaning "railway car for eating" is 1890, American English; of restaurants built to resemble dining cars (or in some cases actual converted dining cars) from 1935. The Diner's Club credit card system dates from 1952.