Well, that didn't take long. CentralJersey.com is reporting that Mastoris Diner, on Route 130 in Bordentown will become an upscale restaurant.

The article states the investment group that owns Mastoris, the Foggia Restaurant LLC, will be renovating the iconic diner and reopening it as an Italian steakhouse under a new name.

The renovation will be a big one, as they plan to redo the entire building and outside terrace. If all goes well, it will be completed by the end of the summer.

The banquet hall and parking lot will also be remodeled to turn it into a space attached to the new steakhouse for private events...weddings, bridal and baby showers, and other parties.

Many will always remember that space as the best diner around, with fresh baked, legendary cinnamon and cheese bread.

The announcement that Mastoris would closed for good shocked many a few weeks ago. Click here for all those details.

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Are there any restaurants in the area that you really miss and would like to have back again? We are sure that you can think of many.

We want to take you down memory lane and perhaps remind you of some restaurants that are no longer around but will still bring you back some memories. The crazy part of this is that some of these restaurants were around during World War II. 

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