Liberty Diner (Clayton, NJ)
Recently, I was at the Liberty Diner in Clayton, NJ. Interestingly enough, the Liberty Diner is owned by the same people who own the Liberty 2 diner in Bordentown. I was surprised to find this out since it is quite the distance between the two. Anyway, I was looking forward to an excellent breakfast.
Liberty Diner (Clayton) Atmosphere: B
The Liberty Diner is the stereotypical NJ diner. The exterior is a big, shiny, metallic building. It sticks out on the highway. The interior has everything a stereotypical diner would have: booths, tables, big mirrors, a full-length bar, and of course a dessert case. It could use to be cleaned, but other than it was good.
Liberty Diner (Clayton) Coffee: A
The coffee at the Liberty Diner was brewed hot and fresh, and the waitress kept it refilled the entire time. I couldn’t have asked for better coffee if I wanted it. There was plenty of whipped cream, if not more than the coffee.
Liberty Diner (Clayton) Food: A
I arrived around 10 am and was craving breakfast. The Liberty Diner menu has everything from breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There are plenty of omelets, steak and eggs, lunch specials, and dinner too. I was craving an omelet, so I decided to order the vegetarian omelet, which came with toast and homefries.
The omelet itself was massive! I can’t remember the last time I’ve had an omelet that big. It was stuffed with broccoli, mushrooms, tomatoes, onions, and peppers. There were plenty of home fries and the rye toast was good too. My meal was not only massive but delicious too. I left full.
The waitress at the Liberty Diner was one of the most friendly waitresses I’ve had in a while. The diner wasn’t too crowded, she checked on us often, and our food came out quickly. In all, it was a great experience.
For my omelet and coffee, it was $11.
Overall Thoughts/Summary of the Liberty Diner (Clayton)?
I had a positive experience at the Liberty Diner and enjoyed myself. I would go back.
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