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Even though we live in the small town of Pleasant View, this was our first time at the Village Diner since well before it opened under new management nine months ago. What a wonderful surprise! The menu is not huge, in keeping with the diner theme, but there are appetizers, desserts, burgers, salads, and several entrees, plus specials every night, and something to please most everyone. My husband opted for the fried catfish special - two huge catfish fillets, white beans, cole slaw, fries, and hushpuppies, and I had the 9 oz. sirloin with fries, green beans, and the deep fried yeast roll. Oh my goodness, that roll! Seriously addictive! And the steak was cooked perfectly; I'm not accustomed to having steaks cooked correctly at a diner, so I was absolutely overjoyed when I cut into that hot, juicy meat. It was absolutely one of the best steaks I've ever had. And each meal was only $8.99. Lee, the friendly owner/chef came around to our table twice, and our waitress kept a close eye on our drinks. The red, black, and white color scheme, chrome and Formica tables, and checkerboard floor take us back to the 50's, but the soaring ceilings and sophisticated lighting remind us of our present decade. There are plenty of tables outside, with views of the Village courtyard, sometimes with live entertainment. All in all, a great experience. Now, how do I talk my husband into going back tomorrow night, when the special is the prime rib dinner for $12.99?