You are a valued and appreciated patron, and we are extremely pleased to serve you.
Perhaps, if we’re lucky, we’ll even get to know you. Did you know that your patronage continues a tradition originating over half a century ago? For it was in the year 1950 that an office building on the corner of Grace Avenue and Bond Street, owned by the Grace family of Manhasset, was razed – and in its place a local gathering spot was born. That year, a Brooklyn architect named Jacob Sherman designed a new building in the “Streamline Moderne” style to house Fredricks Luncheonette. Owned by the Selby family until 2010, Fredricks represented many traditions that townspeople recall fondly: Good food, Saturday night newspapers, cigars, egg creams, and a hub for local celebrities, politicians and social get-togethers.As we continue the tradition of a local gathering place for the residents of Great Neck and its surrounding area, friends, family and visitors, we also aim to establish a new tradition of excellence that will encourage and merit your patronage. We’re proud to offer you an expansive menu of delicious choices for any time of day or night, skillfully and lovingly prepared, and at a great value. We pride ourselves on our friendly professional staff and the sense of gracious hospitality we strive to impart to all our guests. This is your town diner and it’s important to us that you feel welcome and at home.