Thursday, February 7, 2013
The thought of a foot of snow makes us crave for those hot July days.
With the dismal impending weather forecast, we were perusing the web for reminders of summer and came across this video about hot dogs at Casey's Diner. Hot dogs make us think of summer. Grilling out in the backyard with your family and friends is one of the most summer-friendly things to do. Which made us wonder: what makes you think of summer? Tell us in the comments section.
Sunday, February 19, 2012
Rate and review Casey's Diner in our directory.
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. In today's Review This, we're asking, what do you think of Casey's diner? PLEASE CLICK HERE to write a review and rate the business. Let us know what you think! To stay up to date on the latest happening in Natick, follow us on Twitter and like our Natick Patch Facebook page.
Wednesday, August 10, 2011
See this week's statistics in Natick.
It's all about the numbers. Each week on Natick Patch, we will feature numbers you should know about your town, from costs of construction projects, to town employee salaries to high school sports team statistics. This week, we're featuring Casey's Diner: 1890 the year Casey's opened for business 121 the number of years Casey's has been serving Natick 4 the number of stools in the original diner 10 the current number of bar stools inside the lunch car 1984 the year the Pat Casey, son of current owner and great-grandson of founder, began working at the diner 1922 the year the family sold the original diner car to buy the current one 1976 the year the business moved to its current location from Washington Street 5 the number of cents it cost…
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Casey's Diner has been feeding Natick residents for 121 years.
Pull aside the wooden sliding door to enter the historic Casey's Diner and not two feet in front of you, you're welcomed by a row of regulars perched on their bar stools, the scent of juicy burgers and dogs, and the friendly face of Pat Casey. And you can bet that your experience at Casey's is not much different from how it was for your ancestors years ago, except that there might have been a different Casey family member behind the counter. Since Pat's great-grandfather, Fred Casey, founded it in 1890, the diner has been a staple of the Natick experience. "The diner had four stools and was drawn by a horse to the Natick Common each day," said Pat, whose father, Fred, now owns the business. Dedicated to keeping Natick residents full and …