This Train Car In New Jersey Is Actually A Restaurant And You Need To Visit

New Jersey is the diner capital of the country, no other state can compare; we have more diners per square mile than anywhere else in the world. While every diner is different, they tend to share a similar retro styling. Still, some diners stand out. Clinton Station Diner is one of those standout diners, unique for several reasons.

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The diner is also home to the “8th Wonder of the World.” It’s not a pyramid or anything like the Parthenon, but it is sure to drop your jaw. The “8th Wonder” is a burger weighing in at a whopping 105 pounds. If that’s not impressive enough, Clinton Station has been featured on The Food Channel and popular game show, Jeopardy. Breakfast is served all day and patrons can indulge in a working lunch (or dinner) with free WiFi. You can find it open 24/7 at 2 Bank Street in Clinton. For more unique restaurants in New Jersey, check out this retro drive-in that will take you back in time or this funky soda shop with a whimsical menu.