A new "tiny" diner will soon be serving up breakfast and more in downtown Cohoes.

There is no such thing as having too many friends or too much money. I think the same applies to diners, the classic American eatery. So it is a big deal a new "tiny" one is set to open next week in Cohoes.

According to a Saratoga Living story, the Tiny Diney is set to celebrate its grand opening on Ontario Street in Cohoes next Friday, January 22nd, followed by a soft opening that weekend. The new diner will be in the same building where another former diner used to operate - Uncle John's. And  the name Tiny Diney is fitting: owner Robilee McIntrye told Saratoga Living "It's tiny." If McIntyre's name rings a bell, it could be because she also co-owns Footsy Magoo's Bar in Troy.

Tiny Diney does not have a website up and running yet, but they do have their Facebook page set up. I was not able to dig up a menu, but the Saratoga Living feature does say they will serve "breakfast classics" as well as "funkier breakfast options."

Now that we are adding another diner to the mix in the Capital Region, it is a great time to revisit and talk about all the diners WE LOVE here in the Capital Region. You can chime in on this Facebook post to let us know your favorite spot for some late night or early morning greasy comfort food. Then keep an eye out for our list of the best of the best in the Albany area!

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