Diners of New Jersey - Jersey Shore Edition

August 06, 2013

Diner

New Jersey is considered the diner capital of the world. 

 

There are hundreds of diners in the state, and they are an integral part of the New Jersey dining experience. 

 

Many are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

 

The diner in the top photo is the Marvis Diner in Wildwood, New Jersey. 

 
This week I am posting photos of diners I have visited located near or at the Jersey shore. 


Next is the Princess Maria Diner in Wall Township:



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In  the Wildwoods, many of the buildings are in the Doo-Wop Style, or Googie Architecture,  

 

The top photo of the Marvis Diner is an example of that.

There is also the Doo Wop Diner on the Wildwood boardwalk:


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Check out my post on Wildwood Days


Check out my other posts on New Jersey diners!


For more on New Jersey diners (albeit a dated site) click here:

New Jersey Diners


For an opinion piece on New Jersey diners, click here:

Jimmy K. - The Best New Jersey Diners

For a recent article on popular diners, click here: 


New Jersey’s Favorite Diners


Thanks for visiting New Jersey Memories!

Comments

  1. I love watching Guy on Food Network when he visits the diners...love love when he's in Jersey! This is as close I've been to one since my younger days and so glad to be able to see this post. Thanks for the share although it is certainly not like the experience of being in one!
    Hugs,
    Miss Kitty & Loretta

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    1. I enjoy it when Guy goes to Jersey! I wish he came here more often!

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  2. first, I diner must be free standing. and there must be shiny trim. and all day breakfast. and hot turkey sandwiches.

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  3. that is pretty cool, I love all the graphic signs, wish they had those here in Hawaii

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  4. A diner recently opened close to my home. You have inspired me to check it out. ~Marlee

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  5. I didn't know New Jersey had so many diners. I love the nostalgia they create and all the vintage details!

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  6. I love a great diner! Thanks so much for the tour.

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    1. By the way, if you feel like it, you could link this post up to my Weekend Cooking meme on Saturday.

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    2. Oops, somehow I missed this. I do love the diners, too!

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  7. I love diners! I want to travel the country visiting them one dat!

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