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Since it opened in 1890, Casey's Diner has remained in the family. Today, owner Fred Casey and his son Pat serve diner classics to locals out of the 10-stool diner car and walk-up window that have become so well-known to residents and those passing through.

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David Honen February 19, 2012 at 04:20 PM
I have been going to Casey's for over 40 years and the consistent service and quality remain high. Casey's is exactly what it is... nice people, good food, good company, and something you can depend on to be just that. The dogs are always good, my choice often is the best burghers around, my wife likes the tuna fish. Pat is a great kid (kid being a relative thought) and keeps a staff that are great. It is so rare that a place stays exactly the same year after year. Keep on keeping on Casey's. Thanks, David Honen
Marilyn Pucillo February 19, 2012 at 04:41 PM
Love it,best hot dogs anywhere, but go back to yellow mustard
Wiff Peterson February 20, 2012 at 01:47 AM
Actually, I prefer their "new" guilden's style mustard, although I've been going to Casey's since the late 50's when they were across the street from the library. GREAT dogs, burger's and other sandwiches, and an atmosphere that is the essence of Natick, Home of Champions!
bonnie February 21, 2012 at 03:56 AM
I love to bring my son to Casey's for dinner about once a month. (I sneak over for a dog or two at lunchtime more often than that, but would lie if you told on me.) We love the burgers and always start off with a hot dog while we're waiting, because as Pat says, "Ya never wanna eat on an empty stomach." The staff is fantastic, always remembering our usual order, and the conversation is always light and fun too. I really enjoy the old fashioned diner atmosphere and the most important part of the whole experience for me are the memories that will remain etched upon my son's mind of growing up in Natick and going to Casey's with mom. For now, the most important part of the experience for him is getting the food into his belly, but second to that, he loves to try and see if he can add up our bill in his head faster than the person waiting on us. We love Casey's. Natick just wouldn't be Natick without it! ~Bonnie Punch
dana connolly March 12, 2012 at 02:41 AM
I agree!!! Why change the mustard after all these years?? :(


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