Old school charm is what you will find at the Summit Diner all the way down to the pegboard menu above the counter, ( though a modern board accompanies it). Visited for breakfast, I was directed to take any seat at the counter. Limited seating with a row of small booths along the window and at the counter. Sat by the cash register, with the many area locals coming in and out not a great choice. The Summit Diner seems to do a brisk take-out business. Ordered a Western Omelet (egg-whites) sided with choice of toast and potatoes. Food delivered in about 5 minutes or so. Omelet loaded with ham, peppers and onions, to the point of too much in regard to the ham, pieces were also very chunky which was a bit of a turnoff. Sided potato’s heated up on the grill had a flavor other than potato, maybe the previously cooked pork roll? No spicing on the potatoes and this uninvited addition, we did not like.
Service was okay, nothing notable in the negative or positive. Old-school diner visits, I love them! Even if the food is not all that good. The Summit Diner is worth a visit for the charm alone.