Popular Burlington County Diner Re-Opens
Vincentown Diner, located at the intersection of Routes 206 & 38, has just re-opened after weeks of being closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
The popular diner sent out an email to its loyalty members last week announcing the good news.
In the email, Vincentown Diner said it would be open from 11am-8pm for curbside pickup "to go" orders.
Vincentown Diner isn't your typical diner. Yes, you can get all of the standard diner favorites like pancakes, burgers and fries. But you can also get things like Asian Dumplings, Seafood Pesto Pasta, or Alaskan Cod.
By the way, the "standard" offerings aren't necessarily standard either. Take Vincetown's VOLCANO burger that comes topped with "thick-cut bacon, melted pepper jack cheese, steak cut onion rings, chipotle and horseradish sauce."
Want a salad? The diner offers mainstays like the Cobb and Greek, but also has a Harvest Chicken salad that is made with caramelized walnuts and fresh apples or a Berry Spinach salad that's made with Gorgonzola, and fresh strawberries.
If you're craving something sweet, you could try Jersey Jim's Famous Sweet Potato Pancakes or Vincentown Diner's blueberry pancakes that are made with local blueberries.
Fresh and local are definitely things that are important to the owners of Vincentown Diner. According to the diner's website, it prides itself on using organic farm-raised eggs, local grass-fed beef, locally grown fruits and vegetables.
Vincentown Diner says it also offers 9 locally-made craft beers on tap and several locally vinted wines. Plus, the diner gets its coffee beans from locally-owned Small World Coffee.
You can find out more about Vincentown Diner online at vincentowndiner.com.