<p>A classic New Jersey diner rich with history, The Reo Diner is the place to grab a bite whether it be an afternoon brunch or a late night munch. If you're in the mood for diner food, or simply seeking a place to chat over coffee and desert with a friend, this cozy establishment is right for all occasions.</p>
<p>Open since the late twenties and originally named the Hyway Diner, this spot has a knack for attracting some interesting individuals. The walls by the entrance are covered with framed black and white photos of celebrities such as Robert Dinero and Joe Pesci, along with other famous personalities from all forms of media including sports, entertainment, and even politics. The diner has even hosted live radio shows!</p> <p>The Reo anchors the corner of Main St. and Amboy Ave. The intersection is a good rest stop for curious out-of-towners. Old photos of the diner show its historical value and present a unique experience that makes it stand out from other diners. It's gone through renovations to keep up with contemporary style, but its soul remains intact by its faithful patrons who've been coming here from when they were in still diapers.</p> <p>A balance of old world appeal mixed with a new-age vibe, it's not uncommon to find an elderly couple sharing space with young adults fresh from a long night of clubbing.</p> <p>The Reo Diner is a good melt of experience and youth, which may have inspired the subtitle on its business card: The Gem of Woodbridge.</p>
392 Amboy Ave, Woodbridge, NJ 07095
(732) 634-9200
  • Hours: 24 hours a day; closed Christmas.
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