The Vincentown Diner is NOT just another diner and as of 2022 is under new management!

We strive to bring you the highest quality food and service at very reasonable prices. Our chef inspired menu incorporates premium products, the freshest ingredients and generous portions.

Our menu changes with the seasons and shines a light on locally sourced products!

Locally grown produce, locally baked rolls, locally roasted coffee, local wines, scratch made desserts, and even honey collected from our own on-site hives!

Come in, give us a try and see why Local Tastes Better!

Continue reading for more information on some of our fresh ingredients.


The original Vincentown Diner was built in 1953. It was an old school, stainless steel train car style building. In 1969, three brothers Nick, Spiro and Peter bought the diner and surrounding property. In 1973 they built the current diner near where the original once stood. Since then, the diner has undergone many cosmetic changes including our recent exterior remodel in 2019. There is a lot of history in this old building, and we look forward to many more years of serving our customers.

In season we use fruit and vegetables from local farms whenever possible. If our area grows it, we use it! This ensures that the produce is at it's freshest, that the fruit is at it's ripest, that we help support the local economy and that we help preserve valuable farmland in our area. Together we can help keep the "garden" in the Garden State!

We have an excellent selection of craft beers on tap. Many of our beers are locally sourced from breweries in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Our taps are frequently changed based on the season or what’s popular. Cheers!

Our coffee is a rich blend of premium beans, locally roasted in small batches. The coffee beans are ground fresh right here each and every time we brew for you.

We offer an extensive line of great local wines. We carry various reds and whites, dry and sweet. Most of our wines are also offered by the glass, and all are produced right here in our own backyard, the Garden State.