Coming into The Hilltop Diner is like stepping back in time. Back to a time when food was made fresh from scratch with local ingredients. A time when you gathered to meet your friends and family and took the time to just sit and enjoy their company and have a home cooked meal. We promise you won’t go away hungry.

In 1946 the diner was built to serve the customers of the motel that was on the same site. The motel is gone, a new family owns the diner now, but the food is made in the old tradition of diner specials. We offer homemade menu items including soups, pies, burgers, roast turkey, roast beef, roast ham, hand cut fries, homemade hashbrowns… The list goes on and on. And each meal we serve is made with love.

Whether you come in for breakfast or lunch we’ll be glad to see you and treat you like a special guest in our home. You’ll enjoy delicious food and fabulous service in a unique atmosphere.

When you enter the Hilltop, don’t be surprised if one of the owners and sisters, Andrea or Sandie, greets you at the door. These two ladies took over the diner in March 2011 and are passionate about making your dining experience at their place as enjoyable as possible.

Owners and sisters Sandie Parley (left) and Andrea Zaiser
Here are Andrea (right) and Sandie in front of their diner during the grand opening in May 2011. They’re two of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet and will do everything they can to make sure you leave their place a lot happier than when you arrived.

After dining at Hilltop, you’ll probably agree the experience was one of the most pleasant and memorable you’ve ever had.

Check out the menu and decide what to order in advance.

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View a documentary about The Hilltop Diner to learn why it’s one of the most unique restaurants you will ever go to.


The video was produced by Jef Gibbons.