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Ontario's Electric Diner Has Rainbow Lucky Charms Pancakes & So Much Nostalgia

As cool as today's day and age is, sometimes it's nice to take a trip to a decade of mixtapes, crimped hair, and shoulder pads. You don't actually need a time machine to experience the greatness of the '80s. This retro diner will transport you back in time so you can relive all the glory. Put on your parachute pants and indulge in some delicious plates at this themed venue. Ontario's Electric Diner is the best place to enjoy your next meal.

"Who you gunna call" to join you at this neon spot? The Electric Diner is located in Hamilton, Ontario. It recently opened its doors in the fall of 2019.

The restaurant is a tribute to everything '80s. You can indulge in burgers, breakfast, coffee, and cocktails in a totally nostalgic environment.

With bright coloured booths and a neon sign reading 'Save Ferris', you'll feel like you've wandered into an '80s wonderland.

One of the most exciting features on the menu are the Rainbow Bite Pancakes. You can find them on the "Breakfast Club" section of the menu.

Three buttermilk pancakes are slathered with rainbow cream cheese icing and topped with Fruit Loops and Lucky Charms. If that doesn't take you back to your childhood, we don't know what will.

You can even order a bowl of Lucky Charms no matter what time of day at this spot.

Other items include Flower Power Benny, A Fish Called Wanda, and The Boy George Sandwich.

The cocktails are also brimming with nostalgia. The venue has served a Sweet Sixteen cocktail inspired by Sixteen Candles, and it came topped with whipped cream and sprinkles.

The Pretty In Pink mixed drink is adorned with a fluffy cloud of rosy cotton candy.

Every Thursday night, you can come by for a movie night featuring '80s cult classics. There's free popcorn as well as interactive games.

You don't need Marty McFly to help you get Back To The Future once you're finished your meal.

Ring your favourite dudes and dudettes and check out this totally chic spot.

Electric Diner

Price: 💸💸

Cuisine: Breakfast, burgers

Address: 96 George St., Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: You'll be whisked back to the '80s at this nostalgic diner that serves up rainbow pancakes.

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