List of Vintage Diners in Southern New Jersey – Check ’em Out!

Here’s a quick list of the diners featured in my / Doo Wop Preservation League / Preservation New Jersey  diner photo exhibit in Wildwood NJ this month.

At The Hop Diner - Egg Harbor NJ

Can’t see the photo show? Check out the actual diner! That’s what Retro Roadmap is all about– giving you easy access to the great vintage, retro and cool old places so you can go support ’em and keep ’em going!

Angelo’s Diner
26 North Main Street
Glassboro, NJ 08028
(856) 881-9854
1951 Kullman diner
Angelo's Diner - Glassboro NJ

At The Hop Diner
411 South Pomona Road
Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215
(609) 804-1950
1952 O’Mahony diner
(seen above!)

Deepwater Diner
552 Shell Road
Carneys Point NJ 08069
(856) 299-1411
1958 Silk City diner 4/2012- Alas, the diner doesn’t look like this anymore. Read details here.
Deepwater Diner - Carney's Point NJ

Elgin Diner
2621 Mount Ephraim Avenue
Camden, NJ 08104
(856) 962-0202
1958 Kullman diner
Elgin Diner - Camden NJ

Forked River Diner
317 South Main Street
Forked River, NJ 08731
(609) 693-2222
c.1960 Kullman diner
Forked River Diner - Interior

Mustache Bill’s Diner
Broadway & 8th Street
Barnegat Light, NJ 08006
(609) 494-0155
1958 Fodero diner
Mustache Bill's Diner - Barnegat Light NJ

Salem Oak Diner
106 Broadway Road
Salem, NJ 08079
(856) 935-1305
1955 Silk City diner
Salem Oak Diner, Salem NJ

These diners have all been placed on the New Jersey Retro Roadmap, and I took special care to make sure that the street addresses lined up with where the diner actually is, as sometimes the Google Map pin or mailing address isn’t it. Any way I can make it easier for you to check out these diners, it’s worth it!

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  • Tiki Chris Pinto
    July 6, 2010 at 8:20 am

    Kool. That “At The Hop” Diner used to be my old hangout when I went to Stockton State College in Pomona, NJ. Spent a lot of money on burgers and shakes in that place. It was a Chinese restaurant in the 70’s and early 80’s, then closed and was abandoned for a few years. Somewhere in the mid to late 80’s it was turned into the Blue Diamond Diner, with a very original looking interior. They were open 24/7 and had everything from Hound Dog to That’s Life on the jukebox. I’m happy to see it’s still open, but it’s a real drag they removed the old-style neon Blue Diamond Diner sign and neon clock that used to be where that gawd-awful cheap-looking sign is now. Maybe it’s just a temp. We can only hope.

  • Plymouth Paul P.
    July 26, 2010 at 3:28 pm

    Had the pleasure of Spending 5 glorious years at Glassboro State College (now Rowan University) and Angelo’s was our first stop (we literally walked across the street and just waited for them to open) after a nite of too much everything at a now defunkt bar that was right across the street called “Down on Main Street”. It didn’t last but Angelo’s steams forward. Coffee & 2 over easy w/ home fries and scrapple. Enough to cure any hangover.

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