New Jersey Diners (page 5)

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Mack Diner [gone]
New Brunswick, NJ
The Mack Diner was a Fodero from 1941. It was last used by All-Ears Records but was closed and boarded up for many years. It was supposedly moved to somewhere in Pennsylvania in 2010. For more, see this website.

Little Falls Diner
Little Falls, NJ
The Little Falls Diner is a Kullman from around 1946. It has been closed for many years. [map]

MainLine Pizzeria
Little Falls, NJ
MainLine Pizzeria occupies a Manno diner from 1963. [map]

Mom's Diner [gone]
Avenel, NJ
Mom's Diner was previously known as the Premium Diner. It was a Fodero from the late 1940s. The diner had been vacant for many years. It was demolished in 2013.

Short Stop Diner (now Dunkin' Donuts)
Bloomfield, NJ
The Short Stop Diner is a Kullman/Manno, built in 1953. The place was very small with room for only 15 at the counter (no booths). In 2003, when the top row of photos were taken, there was a 15-minute limit on parking outside with a sign that said "Eat it and Beat it". The Short Stop was famous for its "eggs in a skillet" which were served in the small iron pan that they were cooked in. In 2004, this diner was converted into a Dunkin' Donuts (bottom row of photos). For more, see this website. [map]

Tick Tock Diner
Clifton, NJ
This Tick Tock Diner is a Kullman from 1994. Originally, there was a 1949 Silk City here and this sign is from then. In the 1970s, another diner was located here. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Arlington Diner
North Arlington, NJ
Salem Oak Diner
Salem, NJ
The Arlington Diner is a 1966 Kullman that has been updated over the years. For more, see this website. [map]

The Salem Oak Diner is a 1955 Silk City (#5512). [photo thanks Robby Delius] [map]

Country Diner
Windsor, NJ
The Country Diner is Kullman from around 1964. Sometime between 2003 and 2006, the "USA" was added to the top of the sign. This diner has been closed since at least 2008. [map]

Elgin Diner [gone]
Camden, NJ
The Elgin Diner was a Kullman from 1958. It closed just after the top row of photos were taken in 2007. The diner reopened in 2010, just after the bottom row of photos were taken. By 2012, the diner had closed again. In 2014, it was demolished. It will be replaced with a Family Dollar store.

More New Jersey Diners:
Wildwood Diner: 1, 2 (Wildwood) [demolished]
various cities: 1, 2

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