“Cool Kids’ Diner” Meets Old-School Deli in the Heart of Alamo Heights

by | Nov 4, 2021 | Reviews | 0 comments

By Janis Turk

“She thinks my meatloaf’s sexy,” I mused as I pulled out of the parking lot of The Hayden, a relatively new diner on Broadway.

I’d just enjoyed my first meal there and landed a nice impromptu visit with owner/chef Adam Lampinstein between his busy lunch shift and the soon-to-start happy hour/dinner crowd.

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