Legacy Diner (Audubon)
On Sunday, I met Liz at the Legacy Diner (Audubon) I had driven by the Legacy Diner a couple of weeks ago and thought it looked nice. As with most diners, I judge them by the outside. The first time I drove by the Legacy Diner, I knew I would be back soon.
Legacy Diner Atmosphere: A
The exterior of the Legacy Diner is adorable. It’s spotless and fresh. It’s the reason I spotted and added it to my to-do list, to begin with.
The inside of the Legacy Diner was clean. It was divided into two sections. It wasn’t anything too crazy, but it was cute. It’s in the medium-sized diners I have been too.
Legacy Diner Coffee: A
I have to give the waitress extreme credit on this one. She filled my cup 4 times during the two hours we were there. She also added whipped cream each time. Honestly, it was the best diner coffee I have had. I have said that a few times, but looking at this picture alone, you can tell how delicious it was.
Legacy Diner Food: A
After staring at the menu of the Legacy Diner for a solid 10 minutes, we both decided to go with their special house Peach salad. I almost went with the Greek salad like I do most of the time, but the house peach was their specialty, so I went with it. It contained chicken, spinach, cranberries, walnuts, peaches, and goat cheese. The amount of goat cheese was overwhelming, but goat cheese is my favorite, so I have no complaints.
Long story short, this was one of my favorite diner salads. I have no complaints since I decided to have a photoshoot with a salad.
The salad and coffee cost 14 dollars.
Would I come back/overall impression of Legacy Diner (Audubon):
Honestly, I have no complaints or problems with the Legacy Diner in Audubon. I will be back several times, and I wish I had discovered this hidden NJ sooner.
ETA: I’ve been to the Legacy Diner in Audubon a few times since and the service has not been as good.
Questions for you:
Do you judge a restaurant by the outside?
Do you like to try “restaurant specialties”?