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Brownstoner Diner

Typical diner food. The staff is rude, the food is greasy, and apparently for a while leaving a tip on a credit card was a problem. Small parking lot fills up quickly, often a line. Best diner in Jersey City.

426 Jersey Avenue

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Blogger Return of the Can said...

Rude Staff? Are you kidding me? Every time I walk in the door, the owners greet me with a smile and a hello. If they don't know me by name, they sure know me by face and are always friendly.

As far as the food goes, I've had family from out of town (NY and Mass) tell me that this is the best diner they've eaten in - and coming from my mom who hates greasy spoon places, that's saying a lot.

Yes, the parking lot is small and fills up on Sunday afternoons, but it has always been worth the wait. The pancakes are reason enough to give the Brownstone a try.

July 13, 2007 9:26 AM  

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