Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Station House Cafe

An old-fashioned, family-style restaurant where regular customers drink from mugs painted with their names. The dining room is full of memorabilia that creates nostalgia for an earlier era: an antique sewing machine, a console television circa 1950, a vintage box radio, an old wooden phone booth with a black dial pay phone, a collection of cigarette lighters from the days before disposables.

Station House Cafe


600-602 Station Ave.
Haddon Heights , NJ 08035
(856) 547-5517
Neighborhood: Haddon Heights Parking: Street parking.
An old-fashioned, family-style restaurant where regular customers drink from mugs painted with their names. The dining room is full of memorabilia that creates nostalgia for an earlier era: an antique sewing machine, a console television circa 1950, a vintage box radio, an old wooden phone booth with a black dial pay phone, a collection of cigarette lighters from the days before disposables.
Cuisine type: American
Meals Served: Breakfast  Lunch   Dinner
Style: An old-fashioned, family-style restaurant where regular customers drink from mugs painted with their names. The dining room is full of memorabilia that creates nostalgia for an earlier era: an antique sewing machine, a console television circa 1950, a vintage box radio, an old wooden phone booth with a black dial pay phone, a collection of cigarette lighters from the days before disposables.
Alcohol: BYO.
Smoking: No smoking.
Hours: Tue-Sun (breakfast and lunch) Fri (dinner)