233 S 3rd St, Oxford PA 19363 | pam@oxforddiner.com
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Reliving the 50's and Loving It

 

50's Style Diner in Oxford, PA


 
Come eat some great food and enjoy the classic 50's atmosphere at Miss Oxford Diner in Oxford, PA. The original diner, known then as the Silk City Diner, was built in 1953 by the Patterson Vehicle Company. The building was placed on the site in January of 1954. After being closed for several years, Tom Greenfield restored and reopened the Diner in 1994. Today Miss Oxford Diner is a fixture in the Oxford community dedicated to serving great meals and many cups of coffee. So come grab a seat and order up some of our fresh hot pancakes, which are available all day every day.
 
 
 
 
 

Daily Specials:

 
 
 
  • Mondays - Chicken Corn Soup
  • Tuesday - Chicken Pot Pie
  • Wednesday - Spaghetti
 
  • Thursday - Meat Loaf
  • Friday - Variety of Seafood Specials