The 10 Best Diners in New Jersey, the ‘Diner Capital of the World’ (2022)

Dubbed the Diner Capital of the World, New Jersey has more diners than any other state. And because it’s also one of the most diverse states in the country, many of these establishments feature dishes from Italian, Greek, Mexican, and other cuisines. It’s difficult to know how many diners are in the state — by some accounts, there are more than 500 — but it’s more clear why New Jersey is such a hot spot for diners.

The automobile industry started to grow in the early 20th century, and as a result, commuters increasingly traveled by car. The route connecting New York and Philadelphia at the time passed through New Jersey. As drivers sped along, they needed places to eat, making roadside diners an important component of travel infrastructure. With bigger roads and better access came new factories, which brought new workers. Those workers were often immigrants who needed filling and affordable food that they could buy at whatever time of day their shifts permitted. Diners met that demand by catering to worker tastes and schedules, sometimes dishing out plates around the clock.

A large percentage of diners were, and still are, run by Greek families. Many Greek immigrants came to the United States in the early 20th century and worked in restaurants as waiters, busboys, and cooks. They then opened their own diners, catering to various immigrant communities and serving food that would appeal to Italian, Greek, and other European workers. As more people of different backgrounds arrived, diners expanded their menus to add dishes from Mexico and parts of Asia.

Shifting tastes in music, style, and décor over the years influenced diner design as if the history of the era each diner was built was painted on its walls with bright neon signs. Years went by, but diners stayed the same. Some have operated for more than 70 years and are still going today. From Hackensack to Wildwood and Clifton to Cape May, you can eat your way through the Garden State one diner at a time and no two will look or taste the same. And while you’d need a couple of years to sample every one of them, here are the top 10 you don’t want to miss.

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1. Coach House Diner in Hackensack

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Coach House Diner is a testament to the sentiment that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Here, you’ll find the portions generous and filling. The French toast is tender, the waffles are crunchy, the pancakes and omelets are fluffy, and there’s a bevy of breakfast sandwiches for every taste. If you’re around on a weekend, Coach House Diner is a perfect place to indulge in a hearty Saturday morning breakfast before heading to the Garden State Plaza Mall or the Shops at Riverside. And if you can’t make it there in the AM, the lunch and dinner menus are enormous, and there’s a full bar to quench your thirst. It’s open 24 hours, so swing by any time.

Where: 55 NJ-4, Hackensack, NJ 07601
What to order: French toast with fresh berries and a milkshake

2. Americana Diner in Shrewsbury

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Americana Diner is immediately recognizable by the bright neon signs and big glass block vestibule. It has a Greek-inspired menu with Italian infusions, plus plenty of other types of dishes that will satisfy every patron. The Helenic sampler platter of feta cheese, tomato, and grape leaves is a great starter, especially for a group of hungry guests, while a succulent beef or chicken gyro makes for a satisfying entrée. There’s also a section on the menu for Italian specialties, and there’s a long list of omelets and breakfast options. You’ll also find plenty of broiled choices, including scrod, trout, lobster, steak, and pork and lamb chops. Be sure to save room for dessert — the layer cake and lemon meringue are the best choices.

Where: 1160 NJ-35, Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
What to order: Helenic sampler, broiled trout, and a lemon meringue cake

3. All Seasons Diner in Eatontown

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Offering breakfast, dinner, burgers, salads, and a vast collection of sandwiches, All Seasons Diner serves fresh food and bakes everything in house. It has an expansive menu of various omelets, French toasts, fun finger food like pigs-in-a-blanket, and sandwiches that span from wraps to triple-deckers to pita pockets. Entrées get even more tempting when you have to choose between spanakopita, baked ziti, or broiled fish. Save some room for apple turnovers.

Where: 176 Wyckoff Rd, Eatontown, NJ 07724
What to order: Souvlaki pita pocket or Monte Cristo French toast with grilled ham and white meat turkey, topped with melted Swiss cheese

4. The Flight Deck Diner in Cape May County Airport

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The Flight Deck Diner in the Cape May County Airport doesn’t have a long menu, but the food will make a hungry traveler happy after landing and before takeoff. Breakfast is served all day and includes some irresistible choices like the Hungry Pilot omelet (sausage, bacon, ham, and cheddar cheese), the B-24 Bomber (open-face English muffin with two eggs and sausage gravy), and the B-25 Bomber (open-faced buttermilk biscuit with two eggs and homemade creamed chipped beef). Sides and add-ons are called co-pilots, and there are a dozen to choose from. Not a breakfast person? There are homemade soups and Angus beef burgers to savor. Here’s a little-known fact that only the locals will tell you: Oprah Winfrey uses the airport when she visits Cape May County where her longtime beau, Stedman Graham, was raised.

Where: 505 Terminal Dr, Rio Grande, NJ 08242
What to order: B-24 or B-25 Bombers with co-pilot home fries, plus a hot chocolate with whipped cream from a refueling station

5. Tom Sawyer Diner in Paramus

The spacious and friendly Tom Sawyer Diner serves tasty Italian favorites, a few Greek classics, and home-style breakfasts. Here, pastas range from primavera to putanesca, and from alfredo to a la vodka. For entrées, try the Bernando — salmon with prosciutto, mushrooms, asparagus, and mashed potato — or the Aztec turkey burger. The salad section deserves special attention. Mediterranean and Greek salads are very good, but so is the California salad if you like strawberries, melon, and banana mixed with cottage cheese. Breakfast comes fast and cooked perfectly to order. Last but not the least, the milkshakes are delightful, and so are the smoothies.

Where: 98 E Ridgewood Ave, Paramus, NJ 07652
What to order: The Bernando made with salmon, prosciutto, mushrooms, asparagus, and mashed potato. Order it with a peach or mango smoothie

6. Blue Swan Diner in Oakhurst

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Touted by some as one of the best comfort food restaurants on the shore since it opened in 1974, Blue Swan Diner has a substantial menu of favorites. The menu has a Mediterranean, Mexican, and Italian influence — consider, for example, the grilled calamari followed by ravioli or stuffed shells parmigiana, or linguini with marinara sauce. You can’t go wrong with a Greek salad and lamb chops, or chips and guac as an appetizer with a shrimp jalapeño quesadilla entrée. There’s a good chance your only complaint will be that you don’t have room for dessert, but you can always grab some baklava to go and savor it later.

Where: 2116 State Route 35, Oakhurst, NJ 07755
What to order: Grilled calamari and shrimp jalapeño quesadilla, with an order of baklava

7. Vincentown Diner in Vincentown</2>

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Vincentown Diner is not just another diner. It’s more like an upscale bistro with a family-friendly menu. The diner takes the food quality seriously and serves organic eggs from cage-free hens along with Angus or grass-fed beef, and it uses cooking oils that contain no trans fats. Beers are locally brewed, coffee is freshly ground, and all desserts are made in-house from scratch. There’s even a local wine selection. It’s not every day that you find diners that serve French onion soup with melted cheese on top, bruschetta flatbread, and spinach salad with walnuts, gorgonzola, and fresh strawberries. For a filling dish, try the shrimp pesto pasta or the Vincentown volcano burger, but save some space for the tiramisu and chocolate mousse cake.

Where: 2357 US-206, Southampton Township, NJ 08088
What to order: Bruschetta flatbread and shrimp pesto pasta

8. Tops Diner in East Newark

Located in New Jersey’s most populous city, Tops Diner feeds over 15,000 hungry folks weekly and caters to its patrons’ diverse ethnic backgrounds. This shows on the menu. You’ll have to spend some time debating between Navajo chicken penne, Cajun salmon pasta, meatballs with ricotta, the Tijuana burger, or Peruvian stir-fry called lomo saltado. Choosing what to eat becomes even more difficult when you get to the dessert menu and have to decide between guava cheesecake and tres leches cake. You might just have to come again.

Where: 500 Passaic Ave, East Newark, NJ 07029
What to order: Navajo chicken penne and guava cheesecake

9. Tick Tock Diner in Clifton

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Tick Tock Diner opened in 1948 as a small roadside place and has been greeting people ever since with generous portions and reasonable prices. Like a well-wound watch, Tick Tock never closes, cooking food 24/7, 365 days a year because, well, don’t people need three meals a day, every day? Among the classic burgers, tuna melts, and BLTAs (the “A” stands for avocado), you’ll also spot some daring dishes like General Tso’s crispy cauliflower with yum yum sauce and the Great Balls of Fire made from rolled-up mac and cheese with sriracha dip. A nice selection of wine and whiskey helps wash it all down. During its seven decades of operations, Tick Tock has hosted bar mitzvahs and weddings and fed celebs like Mick Jagger, Jerry Seinfeld, and Chelsea Clinton. It will happily feed you too.

Where: 281 Allwood Rd, Clifton, NJ 07012
What to order: General Tso’s crispy cauliflower and BLTA

10. The Doo Wop Diner in Wildwood

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Themed and named after the popular 1950s music and architecture style, The Doo-Wop Diner is located on Wildwood’s boardwalk, aka South Jersey’s summer vacationland. The diner is an attraction in its own right and instantly transports you into the bygone ‘50s in a way that feels so real that you wouldn’t be surprised if Betty Boop’s statue came alive to take your order. Speaking of orders, choices will be tough because you’ll want to try half the menu. There are about 30 types of burgers, from classic to peculiar like an option topped with shrimp or served on glazed donuts instead of buns. If you’re in a seafood state of mind, the Drunken Sailor sandwich made with fresh blackened mahi smeared with tartar sauce and topped with lettuce, tomatoes, and onions is refreshing. And at Doo-Wop, hotdogs and bacon go together for its Leader of the Pack. Don’t forget the milkshake.

Where: 4010 Boardwalk, Wildwood, NJ 08260
What to order: Drunken Sailor sandwich and chocolate milkshake
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FAQs

What is the most famous diner in New Jersey? ›

The Tick Tock and Tops Diner, also on this list, are Jersey's best known diners. The Tick Tock started small in 1948; it's now one of the state's biggest diners. The “Eat Heavy” sign outside is a roadside beacon.

Why is New Jersey the diner capital of the world? ›

New Jersey is called the diner capital, mostly because of the sheer number of diners in the state. The state didn't invent the diner, but New Jersey did popularize it. Nonestied believes that New Jersey had all the right ingredients for diners to flourish and proliferate.

What is the diner capital of the world? ›

The diner capital of the world? New Jersey is the spiritual home of the American diner, with more diners than in any other state.

What restaurants did Guy Fieri visit in New Jersey? ›

Every New Jersey Restaurant Featured On 'Diners, Drive-Ins, And Dives'
  • White Manna - Hackensack, NJ. ...
  • Brownstone Diner & Pancake Factory- Jersey City, NJ. ...
  • Tick Tock Diner- Clifton, NJ. ...
  • Skylark Diner & Lounge- Edison, NJ. ...
  • La Isla- Hoboken, NJ. ...
  • Johnny Prince's Bayway Diner- Linden, NJ. ...
  • Hightstown Diner- Hightstown, NJ.
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What state has the best diners? ›

Jersey might as well be known as the Land of Diners, considering how many top-notch ones dot the state. Of all of them, Tops is a statewide legend, its shinily retro steel exterior calling in eaters like a beacon seven days a week.

What state has the most diners? ›

Diner food

New Jersey is renowned for its multitude of diners, which number over 500, more than any other state. Many are open 24 hours a day.

What is the most famous food in New Jersey? ›

Pork Roll. This might be New Jersey's most iconic food. Created by John Taylor back in 1856, this pork-based meat product is typically sliced and pan-fried or grilled, then used in a breakfast sandwich with eggs and cheese (but it's not limited to breakfast—we've seen it used in everything from burgers to ice cream!).

Who is the most famous person from NJ? ›

Top 10 Famous people from New Jersey
  • Grover Cleveland. Grover Cleveland – Wikipedia. ...
  • Frank Sinatra. Frank Sinatra 1957 – Wikipedia. ...
  • Whitney Houston. Whitney Houston – Wikipedia. ...
  • Merly Streep. Meryl Streep – Wikipedia. ...
  • Shaquille O' Neal. Shaquille O'Neal – Wikipedia. ...
  • John Travolta. ...
  • Martha Stewart.
19 Jan 2022

What food is Jersey famous for? ›

Jersey Tomatoes

Sweet, juicy, ruby-red tomatoes are probably New Jersey's most famous home-grown food. According to author and culinary historian Andrew F. Smith, the Jersey tomato dates back to 1829, when they were first cultivated in Morristown.

Where was first diner in NJ? ›

The business opened in 1929. The original building was replaced with the current building constructed by the Jerry O'Mahony Diner Company in 1938. Food writer, Peter Genovese, considered Summit Diner a quintessential diner.
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What was the first diner in New Jersey? ›

New Jersey enters the story in July 3, 1912, when Jerry O'Mahony founded his namesake diner company in Elizabeth. Jerry and Daniel O'Mahoney and John Hamf built a lunch wagon, which operated at Transfer Station in Union City.

What are 5 interesting facts about New Jersey? ›

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  • New Jersey is referred to the Diner Capital of the world. ...
  • New Jersey's state dance is square dancing.
  • New Jersey has the tallest water tower in the world, it's in Union.
  • We have more engineers and scientists per square mile than anywhere else in the world.
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Has Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives been in NJ? ›

He has also licensed his name to restaurants in New York City and Las Vegas. Fieri has featured 25 Jersey eateries on DDD.

Are they still filming Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives? ›

Though the Hollywood Reporter didn't explicitly state which shows were a part of the deal, the entertainment magazine did point out that Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Guy's Grocery Games, and Tournament of Champions all aired new episodes in 2020 despite the pandemic and all appear slated to continue.

What episodes of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives are in NJ? ›

Restaurants
  • Mustache Bill's - Barnegat Light, New Jersey.
  • Tick Tock Diner - Clifton, New Jersey.
  • White Manna Hamburgers - Hackensack, New Jersey.
  • The Ritz Diner - Livingston, New Jersey.
  • Hightstown Diner - Hightstown, New Jersey.
  • Skylark Diner - Edison, New Jersey.
  • Jefferson Diner - Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey.

What are the top 10 diners in the country? ›

The 10 Best Diners in The US
  1. The Roadside Diner – Wall, New Jersey. ...
  2. Tom's Restaurant – New York City. ...
  3. Blue Benn Diner – Bennington, Vermont. ...
  4. The Palace Diner – Biddeford, Maine. ...
  5. Brent's Drugs – Jackson, Mississippi. ...
  6. The Oasis Diner – Plainfield Indiana. ...
  7. Rick's White Light Diner – Frankfort, Kentucky. ...
  8. Mickey's Diner – St.
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What is the oldest diner in America? ›

The White Horse Tavern is a National Historic Landmark being America's oldest restaurant, having served guests since 1673.

What state has the least diners? ›

The state that with the least fast food restaurants is Vermont, where there are only 1.9 restaurants for every 10,000 residents. There are 194,395 fast food restaurants in the U.S.

What is the difference between dinner and diner? ›

A diner refers to a person who is eating, a certain type of restaurant, or a train car where food is served. Dinner is an important meal, or a formal gathering around food.

What is the difference between diner and restaurant? ›

Food Served

These casual eateries serve classic American fare that is usually fried or grilled by a cook — not a chef. A diner's menu features what people have come to expect from these establishments, not what is creative. For example, you won't find a bison burger topped with tomato bacon jam in a diner.

What is the most popular drink in New Jersey? ›

New Jersey: Jäger-bombs

New Jersey doesn't have a true official cocktail or state drink, but college students across the state (especially along its iconic Jersey Shore) know their way around Jäger-bombs.

What is the top snack in New Jersey? ›

The Oreo cookie is the snack we reach for the most in New Jersey, according to Zippia.com, an employment resource website. Zippia relied on Google Trends research to determine what each state likes to snack on best.

What movie stars live in NJ? ›

Jon Stewart and his wife Tracey have a 45-acre animal sanctuary farm in Colts Neck. Other famous people that live in New Jersey include Joe Pesci and Tracy Morgan.
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Celebrities Who Live in New Jersey
  • Bruce Springsteen. ...
  • Lil' Kim. ...
  • Chris Rock. ...
  • Tracy Morgan. ...
  • Stephen Colbert. ...
  • Jon Bon Jovi. ...
  • Joe Pesci. ...
  • Missy Elliott.

Where do celebrities live in NJ? ›

Four upscale boroughs — Alpine, Cresskill, Franklin Lakes, and Saddle River — are home to a slew of wealthy celebrities living in lavish mansions, sometimes on the same street. It helps that the area is relatively secluded yet still a short drive from New York City.

Who is the most famous singer from New Jersey? ›

The 12 greatest New Jersey singers ever
  • Frank Sinatra (1915-1998) — He is, after all, the Voice. ...
  • Frank Sinatra: The original Jersey boy.
  • Whitney Houston (1963-2012) — Perhaps no one other than Sinatra, Elvis and the Beatles has had as much impact on popular musi.
  • READ: Whitney Houston, NJ sound influenced by gospel.
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What celebrities grew up in NJ? ›

Think about it, Frank Sinatra, Whitney Houston, Bruce Springsteen, Meryl Streep, and John Travolta all were born in the Garden State. The list keeps going, Danny DeVito, Jack Nicholson, Jon Bon Jovi, and Queen Latifah were born in the great state of New Jersey too.

What is a person from Jersey called? ›

There is no standard demonym for Jersey people, however common demonyms include Jerseyman/Jerseywoman or Jèrriais. Jersey people are colloquially known as 'beans', after the Jersey bean crock - a traditional meal, or crapauds (the Jèrriais word for toad), the reason being that Jersey has toads and Guernsey does not.

What is NJ known for dessert? ›

Favorite? Glossy, red, and sweet, candied apples, also known as jelly apples, were invented in New Jersey in 1908, when William Kolb, a candy maker from Newark, made a syrup with melted sugar, red coloring agent, and cinnamon flavoring. He dipped some apples into the syrup and placed them on his shop's window display.

What is the national dish of New Jersey? ›

Invented at the Belmont Tavern by the mysterious chef Stretch, chicken savoy has been designated by some as New Jersey's unofficial state dish. Nearby restaurants have all tried to make the dish—roast chicken rubbed with garlic, cheese, herbs, and finished off with vinegar—but none have quite matched the original.

Who has the most diners in the world? ›

When you consider the need for pit stops and delicious food on the go, along with the fact that NJ is the most densely populated state, it should come as no surprise that the Garden State is also known as the Diner Capital of the World, boasting approximately 525 diners in total.

Who made the first diner? ›

The origins of the diner can be traced to Walter Scott, a part-time pressman and type compositor in Providence, Rhode Island. Around 1858 when Scott was 17 years old he supplemented his income by selling sandwiches and coffee from a basket to newspaper night workers and patrons of men's club rooms.

Who created the first diner? ›

Diners have been around for a while. In fact, it's thought that the first diner was established in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1872. Local entrepreneur Walter Scott decided to sell food out of a horse-pulled wagon to the employees of the Providence Journal.

Why are diners important? ›

Classic diners provided jobs for many Americans, both within the restaurants themselves and throughout the manufacturing industry that sprang up in the wake of their growth. Diners opened their doors to women with newly gained rights and independence, who became important patrons and helped businesses to grow.

How many diners are in the USA? ›

There are 8,648 Breakfast Restaurants & Diners businesses in the US as of 2022, an increase of 0.5% from 2021.

How many diners are in New York? ›

With more than 500 diners scattered all over New York State, no diner list can ever be complete. With old ones closing and newer ones having grand openings, the diner scene is ever-changing.

What is the oldest town in NJ? ›

Bergen, founded in 1660, was New Jersey's first permanent European settlement. In 1664 the Dutch lost New Netherlands when the British took control of the land and added it to their colonies.

What state has the most horses per square mile? ›

New Jersey has more horses per square mile than any other state. The United States Equestrian Team is headquartered in Gladstone , NJ.

What is unique to New Jersey? ›

New Jersey is home to more diners than any other state. Atlantic City is home to the world's longest boardwalk. Cape May, New Jersey is the oldest seaside resort in the United States. During the Revolutionary War, more battles were fought in New Jersey than any other state.

Who owns the Bendix Diner? ›

The Bendix Diner in New Jersey has been featured in movies and TV shows, and has been serving up great food for 75 years, but that is just one part of the incredible story of the diner and its owner, John Diakakis.

What is New Jersey known for? ›

New Jersey is known for its beautiful beaches, casinos, entertaining boardwalks, and untouched nature. With its crucial role in American history and distinctive culture today, there is much to discover. New Jersey is also famous for its food.

How many diners are in New York? ›

With more than 500 diners scattered all over New York State, no diner list can ever be complete. With old ones closing and newer ones having grand openings, the diner scene is ever-changing.

How old is the Bendix Diner? ›

A classic diner open since 1947

The Bendix is one of the most recognizable diners in New Jersey, even if it is a bit challenging to get to (and photograph!) on its triangular plot between north and southbound Route 17.

Who built the Bendix Diner? ›

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It is owned by John Diakakis, who is blind, and assisted by his three sons, Tony, Dimitri, and Michael.

What movie was the Bendix Diner in? ›

The diner in the movies

Actress Whoopi Goldberg also made an appearance at the Bendix in the 1995 film “Boys on the Side.” And the 1992 film “Jersey Girl” with Jamie Girtz and Dylan McDermott, also featured the Bendix.

Who is the most famous person from NJ? ›

Top 10 Famous people from New Jersey
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  • Frank Sinatra. Frank Sinatra 1957 – Wikipedia. ...
  • Whitney Houston. Whitney Houston – Wikipedia. ...
  • Merly Streep. Meryl Streep – Wikipedia. ...
  • Shaquille O' Neal. Shaquille O'Neal – Wikipedia. ...
  • John Travolta. ...
  • Martha Stewart.
19 Jan 2022

What is New Jersey's famous food? ›

Pork Roll. This might be New Jersey's most iconic food. Created by John Taylor back in 1856, this pork-based meat product is typically sliced and pan-fried or grilled, then used in a breakfast sandwich with eggs and cheese (but it's not limited to breakfast—we've seen it used in everything from burgers to ice cream!).

What's it like living in New Jersey? ›

To start with, New Jersey is an excellent state with diverse lifestyle options, numerous attractions, and fun activities for all generations. Despite the numerous attractions, the state has various downsides, like the high cost of living, making living in the state worth a debate.

What makes a diner a diner? ›

Diners were historically small businesses operated by the owner, with some presence of restaurant chains evolving over time. Diners typically serve staples of American cuisine such as hamburgers, french fries, club sandwiches, and other simple, quickly cooked, and inexpensive fare, such as meatloaf or steak.

How many diners are on Long Island? ›

There are still about 100 diners in Nassau and Suffolk counties, one of the largest concentrations in the country according to diner expert Richard J.S. Gutman, but that's about 40 fewer than there were in 1990, according to Newsday data.

Has Diners Drive Ins and Dives been to New York? ›

For the past 13 years, Guy Fieri's Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives has been highlighting some of the most beloved restaurants in America, including 23 in the New York City metro area.

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