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.
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.
The coffee was brewed hot and fresh each time. There wasn’t anything unusual about it, but it was good coffee.
The Sandcastle Diner 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.
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.
For my salad and coffee, it was $16.
Summary/Would I Come Back:
I liked the Sandcastle Diner, and it’s definitely 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:
Where is the biggest salad you’ve gotten?
Do you have many beach trips planned for the spring and summer?