Truck Stop Diner was originally owned by Arthur Miller and was built by the Kullman Car Company in Harrison, NJ. Up until 1948 the diner was located on 50th Street and 8th Avenue in New York City, across the street from Madison Square Garden. At the time, the diner was known as the Arena Diner. In 1948…
“Great service and really nice people great food also prices not bad.”
“Coffee phone accessories and washers and drivers subway next door”
“Large portions, fresh veggies and desserts made from scratch.”
Good parking that it, 12$ /12hours clean shower
Friendly environment and need and a LOT of coworkers eat there three times a week even busy my order always on time and staff very deserving of tips eating there tommorw shrimp omelet and cheese steak
It’s often hard to find good food while OTR and every time I come here I leave full and with leftovers. Fantastic food and friendly servers. Best liver and onions ever. Makes that stuff sold by a truck stop chain look even sadder than it is. Stop here you won’t be disappointed.
If there is room here its a great place to stop 12.50 for 12 hours. Great view of NYC too if you park in the right spot.
The food is consistently fresh and flavorful, employees hands over good customer service. I loved how neat it is and atmosphere. Keep up the good work.
John J McKenzie
The Food is on the MONEY GOT TO TRY IT BRO CHICKEN WITH RICE AND MIX Vegetable it’s hot if you like spicy Dam it MAN
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