After running the Red Bank 5k last week, I decided to stop at the Americana Diner. This is not to be confused by one of the first diners went too, the Americana Diner in West Windsor. It’s also not to be confused with the Americana Diner in West Orange. The Americana Diner has been on my to do list for a few years, but I haven’t made it out there yet.
The Americana Diner is everything you picture in a diner. It’s a big, metallic exterior, and the interior has plenty of booths, table, and a bar. I arrived on Saturday around brunch time, so it was packed although we quickly got a seat.
The coffee was brewed hot and fresh, but I definitely could have used more refills.
The Americana Diner serves everything all day long. They have everything you might want from omelets and pancakes to lunch specials and dinner options like seafood and steak.
The Hellenic Sampler looked good, and I decided to order that as an appetizer. The sampler came with grape leaves, feta cheese, olives, tomato, cucumber, and pita bread. It reminded me of a salad but big enough for two people.
For my entree, I decided to order something I haven’t before: a Breakfast Pitza, which is a pita topped with eggs, cheese, and bacon. Basically a pizza but using a pita as a base. It was unique, and I enjoyed it.
It also came with home fries, which were good too. I would order it again.
Our waitress was friendly, and our food came quickly. Even though she was busy, she made conversation with each table and gave us a lot of attention. I couldn’t ask for a better waitress.
For my Pitza and coffee, the cost was $12.
I liked the Americana Diner, and if I’m back in the area, I will go back. It’s a great stereotypical diner.
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Questions for you:
Have you tried a Pitza?
What is your favorite breakfast food?
I’m typically an omelet person.