New Towne Diner Closes Its Doors

The Owings Mills Diner has been closed for at least a week-and-a-half.

The New Towne Diner suddenly closed the doors at its Reisterstown Road restaurant in Owings Mills.

The diner was closed as early as Feb. 5, according to several Patch readers. On Thursday, there were no people inside, no cars in the parking lot and a stack of newspapers at the front door. The phone line has been temporarily disconnected, according to an automated message.

Two Patch readers left positive reviews on the diner’s directory listing.

“Great food and great service!” wrote Bob Albert.

The diner’s listing on Yelp has much more negative reviews.

“Awful service, sub-par food,” wrote Rebecca G.

Will you miss the New Towne Diner? What do you hope will take its place? Tell us in the comments.

Neily j February 19, 2013 at 05:14 PM
Perfect place for an upscale strip club
Neily j February 19, 2013 at 05:16 PM
A perfect place for a White Coffee Pot Jr
Mike February 19, 2013 at 07:13 PM
We will miss Sue and Betty. Betty gave us the best service ever. We enjoyed the burgers,ribs, and fried chicken, spag.& meatballs. We (Ch and Mike) ate there a lot always finding the place very clean.The place will definitly be missed. We will miss seeing all the regular customers there as well.
DEBBIE GORE March 04, 2013 at 11:30 PM
DEBBIE I will miss the diner. Best place to go for breakfast. Loved their salads and spaghetti. I got a gift card for Christmas and never got to use it. Any way of cashing it in?? I would like to see Checkers move in there.
Barbara March 10, 2013 at 03:48 AM
The building is so charming and it's a shame that it sits empty. I'd love to see a talented restauranteur take over, clean and spruce up the restaurant up, hire a real cook, use good whole foods and play on the 50's theme that is there for the taking. Everyone always blames the economy but the Outback/Bonefish are able to draw people but you have to have good food, a pleasant atmosphere and good service.


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