Humbly birthed in 1946 as the Silver Dollar Diner of Little Ferry, New Jersey. Rosie’s Diner earned national acclaim and took on its current name in 1971, when the Bounty paper towels “quicker picker upper” TV commercial made the diner and waitress Rosie (a.k.a. the late actress Nancy Walker) household icons. Since then, Rosie’s Diner has been featured in more than 100 TV commercials, five movies, numerous TV specials and magazine ads, and is now one of the most photographed buildings in the country. Local Owner A.B. Tellez purchased Rosie’s Diner in 2006 and along with his wonderful staff, continue to build on this classic Americana concept!
Kids 12 years and younger can order a kids meal for just $1.99 with each adult entree ordered.
(Dine in Only. No substitutions. A beverage must be ordered with each entree. Not valid with other discounts, special offers or coupons.)
Due to our continued shortage in staffing, we will no longer be open at night.
Our hours are:
8 am – 2 pm