A menu not just created but curated to drop you into 1946 New England with delicious authenticity. Lamy's Diner sits smack in the middle of Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation, with period menus, paper straws and an iconic counter. But the truest testament to the times are the dishes served up with '40s friendliness. Clam chowder, chicken salad sandwiches and frappes (the original Northeastern milkshake) are all prepared in their original style. From a regular coffee (that's with cream and sugar) and a house-made doughnut for breakfast to a regular dinner of meatloaf and mashed potatoes, Lamy's crafts classic comfort food with modern freshness. A slice of today's pie, a Faygo float or a melty Toll House cookie with walnuts will sweeten your visit. Breakfast, lunch, dinner and a kids' menu make Lamy's Diner a swell stop any time of the day.