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Mimi’s puts the “full” in Fulton By Christopher Malone The French toast ($3.59 or $1.20 for one) is unapologetically basic. I’ve been on a diner kick, which made choosing Mimi’s Drive-In in Fulton an easy first-choice when narrowing down the restaurants for this review. There have been numerous times where driving by the restaurant on state Route 481 has caused my curiosity to spike, my mind to demand and mouth to water despite not ever tasting the food. It’s been said before. I’ll continue to say it over and over: There’s nothing like the great American diner. The food is simple. The décor varies from sparse to organized clutter, themed to eclectic. The counters are long and booths are aplenty. Clanking and clicking utensils are amplified. The coffee mugs are as deep as the patron wants them to be. The art of conversation is raw and topics are infinite, and the banter with staff is kind, joking and even sarcastic. Diners, like Mimi’s, are for families, the elderly, dating couples, and solo travelers — everyone. The inside of Mimi’s is a diner fever dream and lives up to the aforementioned characteristics. For these days of living with restrictions, the place