Welcome to Gram's Diner in historic downtown Adams
Just Like Home
Gram's Diner is Adams's meeting place. The historic town of Adams comes alive each morning at 6 a.m., when the doors of the diner open and customers mosey in for a cup of coffee, breakfast and to catch up with one another. That sense of community, sharing and connecting over food, drink, and oftentimes desserts, keeps us coming back each and every day.
The diner at 13 Main St. has been around for dozens of years, formerly known as Fran's Restaurant and Marty's. Our place in the historic row buildings of downtown was carved out many years ago. However, the mission has always been the same: Serving people homemade food, at good prices, that makes them feel like they're eating just like they're at home. Like the sign on the wall says, which once hung in the landmark Woolworth's Department Store lunch counter in Watertown: "Two best places to eat, here and home!"