Clyde's is apparently an institution in Waynesville, and has been supporting, and supported by, it's town for over 75 years. You walk in and are immediately struck by the diner feel of the place, booths around the edges, a long counter with high top stools, and around one side of the building an expanded area with tables and chairs probably added sometime after the original construction. The hum and rattle of a very busy Diner hits you immediately and although no sign indicated if we should seat ourselves or wait to be seated, one of the scurrying wait staff quickly sorts us out (it is seat yourself, but good luck finding room). The menu is several pages long, and the back page contains the weekend Specials list which for $12 provides you with a meat, 3 or 4 sides in some cases, Parker House Rolls, a Drink and Dessert. The amount of food is staggering for the price paid. The food is not fancy, but it is solid home cooking and tasty, and worth twice what they charge for it. The Service is friendly, fast and efficient, and all three of those things are somehow quite amazing given the frantic pace of the place. If you're a local you will be a regular, and if you're a visitor you'll be made to feel like a local. When in Waynesville go where the locals go and go to Clydes.