Over 250 frozen turkeys were collected for Thanksgiving charity last year.
On Sunday, Nov. 18, Summit will once again show how much it can give to those in need of Thanksgiving food and supplies. Come to the Summit Diner at 1p.m. near the corner of Summit Avenue and Union Place and drop off your frozen turkey and groceries. Last year dozens came out to support the turkey drive, including former Summit Mayor Jordan Glatt who helped deliver frozen turkeys. Portions of this article originally appeared on Nov. 21, 2011.
A Day Tripper look into two memorable spots to grab a quick bite.
New Jersey and the institution of the diner just go together so well. Is it any wonder? A diner merges the convenience of fast food with the feel of sit-down dining. You can have either a large meal or just a cup of coffee, with a party of many or a party of one. So for this week’s Day Tripper, we’re looking at two different diners with a couple things in common. Both are in Monmouth County, but we may get an appetite for checking out diners in other parts of the state in later installments as well. The Roadside Diner in Wall has been an area institution since the 1940s, at the intersection of Rtes. 33 and 34 on the Collingwood Circle, and was used as a location for the cover of the Bon Jovi album "Crossroad." It’s also the location for …