Shipwreck Diner

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<p>This landmark 1902 railroad car has held down a spot on Northport's Main Street since 1927, when it was delivered and put into its current position.</p>
<p>Tim Hess took over the diner in 1994 when his father, Otto, retired after running it for 27 years. It's got a loyal following, and the family recently added the Ship To Shore bait-and-tackle shop out back off the patio. The shop also carries Woolrich and Columbia clothing.</p> <p>The restaurant features appropriately named "dining car" breakfast specials and breakfast is served all day. There's a Belgian house waffle, French toast, pancakes and a kids corner that includes a dish called Humpty Dumpty, or an egg with potato and toast.</p> <p>The lunch menu has grilled Reubens, Monte Cristos, club sandwiches, hot open sandwiches and fish and chips, as well as burgers, salads and a homemade quiche of the day.</p> <p>Beer and wine are available. Reservations are not accepted. There are 10 tables plus counter seats inside, but the seasonal patio expands seating by another 16 tables.</p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>
46 Main St, Northport, NY 11768
(631) 754-1797
  • Accessibility Details: In summer, tables on the back patio (off Woodine) are at street level. The rest of the year, steps up into the diner must be navigated.
  • Hours: Daily, 7am - 3pm
  • Accessible: yes
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