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home of the famous all-around

where the elite meet to eat

 

 
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Located in Natick, Massachusetts, Casey's Diner has been in operation for over 120 years.

 

Casey's Diner was first established in 1890 with a 4-stool,  horse drawn wagon that Fred Casey purchased from the Brooks family.  The current diner was built in 1922 by the Worcester Lunch Car Company and has been located in downtown Natick since 1927.  It has passed from father to son for four generations.

Famous for its steamed hotdogs, Casey's is a local landmark in Natick, serving generations of families for more than a century. The Diner is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is one of the oldest operating diners in Massachusetts (possibly even the United States!),

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Location

36 South Avenue
Natick, MA 01760

Hours

WE WILL BE CLOSED ON SUNDAY 9/6 & MONDAY 9/7 FOR LABOR DAY!

Monday-Friday
10:30am - 8:00pm

Saturday
Breakfast 
7:00am - 10:00am  

Lunch & Dinner
10:30am - 8:00pm

Sunday
Breakfast 
7:00am - 10:00am 

Lunch
11:00am - 3:00pm

2015 BOSTON MARATHON JIMMY FUND WALK

"It takes more than courage to beat cancer"

Kira Corning (r) and her sister, Katana (l)

Kira Corning (r) and her sister, Katana (l)

On Sunday, September 27th, our own Pat Casey will participate in the 2015 Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk.  He’ll be walking as part of Kira’s Kruisers, a team formed in honor of Kira Corning, a Dover resident, a Casey’s Diner regular and an “all-around” great kid who is bravely fighting brain cancer.

 In the past eight years, Kira's Kruisers have raised over $460,000 for pediatric brain tumor research at Dana-Farber. This year they are, once again, designating the funds raised towards the Pediatric Low Grade Astrocytoma (PLGA) brain tumor program at Dana-Farber.  This program has a multifaceted approach to research. While funding projects in the basic science arena is critical to the success of finding more effective treatments and a cure, the PLGA program takes a unique approach and has a turbo-charged agenda to identify targeted drug therapies that will impact tumor growth. Drug development for pediatric diseases (especially brain cancer) has NEVER seen this type of energy and productivity in the past and this is what makes the PLGA Program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute truly unique and effective.

Please consider supporting this great cause!  Donations can be made by visiting Pat’s walk page.  No dollar amount is too small and every donation helps Kira and kids like her battle this disease!