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Re: Miss America Diner in Jersey City offers a slice of Americana
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That place would be much better if it was... ya know... open 24 hrs or at least late night like a diner should be.

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I have to agree, been going here since at least the mid 90's?Definitely great classic diner food. If I remember correctly one of the diner?s claims to fame is the old Cherry Coke commercial (I believe this is where it was filmed).

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(attention urban explorers, give this place a try. the area is not bad)

Miss America Diner in Jersey City offers a slice of Americana

Published: Friday, June 15, 2012, 3:00 AM
By Kate Kowsh//The Jersey Journal

Stepping into Jersey City?s Miss America Diner is like biting into a slice of local Americana.

North Bergen resident Christos Stamatis and his wife Georgia have owned and operated the old-fashioned diner, which sits at Culver and West Side avenues in Greenville, since 2005.

?The place was available,? he recalled, while sitting in one of the diner?s vintage-style booths. ?I jumped in.?

With its vintage swivel seats and old-style classic luncheon counter, the eatery embodies the retro atmosphere that New Jersey?s diners are famous for, according to Stamatis.

The diner itself dates back more than 70 years, according to Stamatis. ?I believe I?m the fifth owner here since that time,? he said.

?I?m proud of that. I?m happy, it?s a historic place.?

The original building has since been demolished, and a replica was erected several feet behind the old structure in 1958, according to Stamatis, who said an addition was also added to increase seating in the 1990s.

The diner serves a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner favorites, including pancakes, Belgian waffles, homemade meatloaf, salad platters and burgers.

Full JJ piece?.

http://www.nj.com/jjournal-news/index ... ca_diner_in_jersey_c.html

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