It was a snowy, wintry day when I visited the Crossroads Diner. The remodeling isn't finished yet, but fortunately, inside the restaurant it was warm, and the staff was friendly and inviting. I was seated promptly and a waitress was at the table in a short time to take a drink order.
The menu is regular diner fare with a few Greek items mixed in, which is typical for our area. I ordered one of the daily specials, a stuffed green pepper, and my dining partner ordered a burger with fries. Mine came with soup and potato. The orders came out in a reasonable amount of time and both were delicious. The service was good, the food was reasonably priced, and I enjoyed the relaxed ambience.
The Crossroads Diner competes with another recently remodeled restaurant, the Broadway Diner in Endwell. Another reviewer prefers the Broadway Diner, but I prefer the Crossroads. The Greek menu items have gotten good reviews elsewhere. The Crossroads Diner has a beer and wine license which is not typical for area diners. I recommend the Crossroads Diner.
One marketing suggestion: while the Crossroads Diner does have a Facebook page, there is no picture of the diner on it. This may be due to the renovations not being completed. It would be good to put an exterior picture of the diner as the profile picture and sprinkle some interior shots on the page.