By day, it's a mild-mannered diner, serving eggs and coffee and BLTs to the residents of Hyde Park. But The Hyde has a secret double life. At night, this space of humble little tables and chrome-and-vinyl stools fills with the smells of crab cakes, pan-roasted salmon with sushi rice, and thick-cut organic pork chops. In the lexicon of diner slang, there are no terms for these dishes.
Don't let the lack of a crowd fool you- it is often quiet. But the food is great quality, not expensive and very tasty!
The Hyde does take credit cards now, so disregard the "cash only" stipulation on the thumbnail