418 N. 5th Street Shenandoah, VA 22849
Rudy’s Diner is located on Rte 340 in the Town of Shenandoah VA. Locally owned and operated by a father and son, Doug and Ian Rudolph. A town tradition since 2016!
The decor inside and out, is do in a fireman’s theme. No just photos, but ladders, hoses and other retired fire-fighters gear. Most of the photos are of real firehouses in the area over the years, plus a tribute to 911.
Opened Mon.-Thurs 7am – 8pm, Fr.-Sat. 7am – 9pm, Sunday 9am – 3pm
Serving breakfast daily 7am-11am, Sat-Sun. until noon. With a lot of local favorites: omelettes, chicken and waffles, sausage gravy, corned beef hash and of course eggs cooked your way.
Entree plates are served for lunch and supper. Baked lasagna, homemade meatloaf, country fried staeks, fried shrimp basket and crab cakes.
You can enjoy a sandwich or a burger with their homemade french fries or other entree sides. Rudy’s offers 3 large 1/2 lb burgers for that customer with a big appetite.
They are also know for their freshly fried chicken plates.
We stopped in on a Sunday morning in early Oct 2020, after church, while visiting the Shenandoah Mountains. The four of us had breakfast. Really good, I especially loved the corn beef hash