NJ's Tick Tock Diner Will Temporarily Close For Renovations

Erica Brosnan
September 12, 2019 - 2:26 pm

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CLIFTON, N.J. (WCBS 880) — New Jersey’s famed Tick Tock Diner will be shutting down for several weeks on Monday while it undergoes renovations.

The 24-hour diner on Route 3 in Clifton will likely be closed for four to six weeks, according to a spokesperson for the restaurant.

When it reopens, the iconic eatery will have a new interior with new furniture, a new bar and an upgraded kitchen.

The neon sign outside the restaurant that reads “Tick Tock Diner” will also be preserved and hung higher above the building.

The Tick Tock Diner first opened in 1948 and was last renovated around 25 years ago.