1963 ad for Noller's Diner and Seafood Restaurant in Beach Haven, NJ

1963 ad for Noller’s Diner in Beach Haven.


Noller’s is currently Fred’s Beach Haven Diner. The interior, especially the diner part, retains the 1960’s retro feel. 

1963 ad for Noller's Diner and Seafood Restaurant in Beach Haven, NJ

This is an ad for Noller’s Diner from a free 1963 map. It was air-conditioned back in 1963. I’m not sure what good streamlining does as it hasn’t moved in 50+ years. The restaurant is now Fred’s Beach Haven Diner (as of 2019). As of 2020, Fred’s is closed and for sale. 

Note the cars and phone booth. 

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5 thoughts on “1963 ad for Noller’s Diner in Beach Haven.”

  1. Lunch at Noller’s – summer of ’57 – worked at Carl’s Esso, immediately north of diner.
    Twenty-five-cent burgers – boss was buying (one day), so I ate twelve! (and an iced tea…)

  2. I waitressed in the restaurant section in the summer of ’71 and rented a tiny room at the Carriage House on Coral Street. What a blast we had. Great memories!

  3. We made many visits to Nollers in the 1960’s.
    I still remember some of the items on the children’s menu:
    Casper’s Chicken Croquette
    Popeye’s Pork Chop
    Fred Flintstone’s Fried Filet of Flounder
    good home cooking
    great family eatery

  4. I was born in Beach Haven and I’m closely related to the Sprague, Cranmer, Mathis and Parker families.

    Fred Noller was the grandson of the original owners. I went to elementary school and most of the way through high school with Fred and remember him spending a lot of time there so I’m not surprised he would wind up with it. Since he’s as old as I am I’m also not surprised it’s closed.

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