Longing for the “Olden Days”? You'll find them on Military Street at the Powers Diner. This darling eatery is decorated in red, white and black in a 50's motif. A hamburger stand from 1937 built by Dale Powers and his three brothers, they served mini burgers, bean soup, pies and drinks. There have been a couple of owners since Dale Powers died in a plane crash at the age of 45. Today’s owners are Kathy and Phill Syzak who rebuilt the 70 year old diner in 2003 to its current retro look. Their cooking is homemade and you can get breakfast anytime. The bean soup and sliders are still on the menu but today the sliders are gourmet!