Sand Castle Diner (Beachwood)
Sand Castle Diner (Beachwood, NJ)
A few weeks ago, before walking around Cattus State Park, I went to the Sand Castle Diner in Beachwood. I remember reading the Sand Castle Diner making one of the “top 40 NJ diners” so I was excited to have the opportunity to stop by.
Sand Castle Diner Atmosphere: A
The exterior of the Sand Castle Diner is cobblestone. It’s not a big shiny diner, like many, but it’s a nice modern diner. The inside is big with plenty of booths, tables, and a full-length bar. It’s a very modern building, and it appears to have had been updated.
Sand Castle Diner Coffee: B
The coffee at the Sand Castle Diner was brewed hot and fresh each time. There wasn’t anything unusual about it, but it was good coffee.
Sandcastle Diner Food: B
The Sandcastle Diner menu has every type of food you can imagine in a diner. There are plenty of breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. I was indecisive of what I wanted. Ultimately I decided to order a breakfast special which came with eggs, pancakes, and ham.
The special was good. It’s hard to mess up breakfast, but everything was cooked well.
Sand Castle Diner Service: B
The waitress was friendly and brought us refills when we needed them. In all, the food came out and quickly, and I have no complaints.
Sand Castle Diner Price: $
For my salad and coffee, it was $16.
Summary/Would I Come Back to the Sand Castle Diner (Beachwood):
I liked the Sandcastle Diner, and it’s one of my more favorite diners along the shore. I would go back!
You can see all 186 diners I’ve been too here.
Questions for you:
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