Anyone who wants to relive the past and visit a classic diner needs to make a trip to the Summit Diner.
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This diner got great reviews so my wife and I decided to try it rather than go to the Broadway Diner closely. Mistake number one. Being that this diner prides itself on its old time building, signage, and menu, I decided to try my "test"...More
This place is a bee hive of activity in the mornings. Watching the staff calling out orders, making the dishes and sending them out for delivery is kitchen choreography at its best. There is no wasted motion with this group. This is a small facility...More
I haven't been here in about four years, yet time stands still at the Summit Diner. The short order cook and owner. like Dorian Gray, have not aged and it is still one of the best places in the area for breakfast. Eggs cooked properly...More
Have spent countless number of weekend mornings in this nice little retro diner on the New Jersey transit commuter train line back in 2000. I was very happy to see that not much had changed since then. Still excellent pancakes and good size servings at...More
This is one of the classic NJ diners, and the structure sets it apart from nearly every other diner in the state. This place was built like so many of the original diners and delivered to the spot, this one by the Jerry O'Mahoney diner...More
New Jersey has always been known as the birthplace of the great American diner. The first diners began life as a railway dining car. As they fell into disuse in that form, they were mounted on concrete blocks and were reborn as the diner our...More