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Florham Park Diner
When George and Ginette Grapsas took over the cozy Florham Park Diner in 1991, they had a simple goal: to run a business that combined the friendly atmosphere of a small town eatery with the premium food of a big city restaurant. All it takes is a quick glimpse at the menu to see that they did just that. Inventive breakfast dishes, such as the Nutella-and-banana french toast and Athenian breakfast wraps, sit alongside traditional omelets, pancakes, and other classic staples. The diner also serves up lunch and dinner in the form of everything from burgers and sandwiches to Italian specialties and fresh seafood platters. The soups are also very popular, including the famous "soup in a nest" (also known as soup in a Semolina bread bowl).
By 2002, they had run into a problem, though. Their restaurant became too popular. To handle all their customers, they doubled the size of their space and extended their hours (they're now open until 11 p.m. on weekends). Thanks to the owner's willingness to change and grow, the Florham Park Diner has now become part of a rare breed: a beloved eatery where you can still get a table without too much fuss.