Marilyn’s 60’s Diner in Storms River Village
Marilyn’s 60’s Diner is an experience of note, with its Cadillac’s and Chevy’s, neon rimmed signage, 50 and 60’s decor, and Elvis and Marilyn memorabilia.
The Diner itself forgoes no detail from the checkered floors to the red and white colour scheme, juke box and sugar shakers. Like the classic diner of the movies this restaurant serves everything from breakfast, cakes and milkshakes to All American cocktails, burgers, dogs-with-a-difference and diner style desserts.
Marilyn’s 60’s Diner offers the ideal venue for private functions, birthdays and other casual get-togethers. This Diner is the perfect venue for a 50’s and 60’s party, with juke box music and our fabulous classic cars and motorbikes. So put on your blue suede shoes and prepare to rock and roll with us.
Set in the quaint village of Storms River, this is a diner with so many twists that I’m not really sure I can even convey how unique it is. The Marilyn’s 60s Diner is really an anomaly: this isn’t where you’d expect to find it at all.
The Owners are Chris and Irma. The love and passion poured into the quirky little spot show themselves in every corner here with posters, album covers, statuettes and other bits of memorabilia scattered about. Oh yes, and of course, the stereotypical pink cadillac parked in the middle of it all.