Tuckahoe Family Diner

Tuckahoe Family Diner (Tuckahoe, New Jersey)

While driving down to Cape May, I decided to stop at the Tuckahoe Family Diner. I’ve had the Tuckahoe Family Diner on my to-do list for a while, but the timing never works out. It’s a small diner and only open until 4 pm

Tuckahoe Family Diner

Tuckahoe Family Diner Atmosphere: A
The exterior of the Tuckahoe Family Diner looks like something right out of the movies. It’s an old, small, trolley car style diner. The inside has a few booths and a bar. When we arrived around lunchtime, there were only a couple of other parties.

Tuckahoe Family Diner

Coffee: A
The coffee at the Tuckahoe Family Diner was brewed hot and fresh. It tasted good. One unique part was the Tuckahoe Family Diner had french vanilla creamers. I like french vanilla, so it was a fun addition.

Tuckahoe Family Diner coffee
Tuckahoe Family Diner Food: B
The Tuckahoe Family Diner menu has everything you want in a small-town diner.  There aren’t a lot of healthy options, but there are plenty of breakfast and lunch specials. I decided to order the Greek wrap, which came with egg, feta, greens, and onions inside a wrap. It also came with chips and a pickle.

The wrap itself was good, but it wasn’t wrapped well and immediately imploded when I went to eat it. Other than that, it was good, and I would order it again.

Tuckahoe Family Diner wrap

Serice: A
The waitress was friendly, and our food came out fast. She seemed to know several of the locals, which was cool.

Cost: $
For my wrap and coffee, the cost was $10.

Tuckahoe Family Diner Overall Thoughts/Would I Come Back?
I liked the Tuckahoe Family Diner and if I’m back in the area, I will go back. It’s a fun stop on the way to Cape May or Wildwood. You won’t find anything fancy, but it’s a good stop.

Atmosphere: A
Coffee: A
Food: B
Serice: A
Cost: 8-14
Overall: A

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