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Dianne's On Devine, 2400 Devine Street: 18 March 2013   5 comments

Posted at 10:53 pm in Uncategorized

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It seems I am working a little closer to current events this last week than usual..

I never got around to trying Dianne's On Devine as it seemed as though it would be a bit tony for me, especially if I were dining alone.

Though I can't comment on the food, I *can* say after taking these pictures today that it is a very attractive property. With the flower beds in early Spring bloom and the afternoon sun on the bricks, it definitely looks a pleasant spot to linger.

The State has some details.

(Hat tip to commenter Chris)

Written by ted on March 19th, 2013

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5 Responses to 'Dianne's On Devine, 2400 Devine Street: 18 March 2013'

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  1. Always great food and service. It was expensive but sometimes saving money's not a priority. I liked Dianne's better when she first opened on Assembly St. That location was more casual.

    Her deli, DiPrato's, is delicious. And kinda expensive.

    FYI -- Dianne was the "Di" in Jesudi's.

    Dennis

    20 Mar 13 at 6:45 am

  2. Ted concludes, "It seems I am working a little closer to current events this last week than usual.."

    I ponder and conclude, "he could continue in that path if he shows Staples' relocation from 281 Park Terrace Drive to 320 Harbison Blvd."

    Andrew

    20 Mar 13 at 5:37 pm

  3. I made a general comment elsewhere the other day but I am going to post one here as well.

    Dianne's was a wonderful restaurant. The food was excellent and the ambiance was superb. Dining on the terrace during nice weather was a great experience. Sure, it was on the expensive side, but this wasn't a place you went for dinner on a regular basis. It was a place designed for special occasions. The last time I was there was when I took a friend of mine, several years ago ,for dinner before we went to my high school reunion (the dinner was a hell of a lot better than the reunion). The service was excellent and the food was to die for. Dinner and drinks for two was around $100, but anytime you can put a 16oz. Rib-Eye ($30 then) in front of me that you can practically cut with your fork....well, I'm in heaven!!!!! Forget about Longhorn's and Outback..haha!!

    Columbia has lost another gem with this closing. Dianne's will be missed!!!!

    Homer

    21 Mar 13 at 1:10 am

  4. I worked at Dianne's while in college and had a blast there. The folks were great to work with and tips were good too. I had the food a few times as well and thought it worth the price.

    Justin

    21 Mar 13 at 8:36 am

  5. According to the State's online edition today, Tallulah has opened in this location recently.

    James R

    17 Mar 17 at 6:22 pm

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