The History of Diners in New Jersey
With Author Michael C. Gabriele
Thursday, August 6th at 6:30 PM
Join journalist and historian Michael C. Gabriel as he explains how, why, and when diners began and then become so popular in New Jersey. Mr. Gabriele will engage his audience with stories from his book: The History of Diners in New Jersey. This program is free, but registration is recommended by phone: 201-337-3742, in person, or online at www.oaklandnjlibrary.org. The Oakland Public Library is located at 2 Municipal Plaza Road, Oakland NJ and is wheelchair accessible. Books will be available for purchase.
“The silver Airstreams and neon signs of the classic American diner brighten New Jersey’s highways and Main Streets. But the intrinsic role they have played in the state’s culture and industry for more than one hundred years is much more than eggs-over-easy and coffee” from The History of Diners in New Jersey.