Conshohocken Gets a Diner With a Conscience

A tree grows in a logo.
A tree grows in a logo. Photo: Courtesy of 401 Diner

Over the next ten days, Conshohocken’s 401 Diner (401 Fayette Street) will be getting the final finishing touches before it’s slated to re-open on September 12. The 100-seat BYOB diner has been revamped and greened up with a new look, and new, healthy, locally sourced menu items, aligned with its new slogan offering “Comfort with a Conscience,” a rep from the diner reports. Check out the sample menus straight ahead.

Inside, the owners have replaced the old booths and tables with recycled church pews and hand tiled tables. Outside, the façade will feature a hand-cut glass mosaic, designed by Owner, Tom Richter.

The upgraded interior will compliment the main attraction, the organically and sustainably sourced menu items with ingredients from Kennet Square, Lancaster County, Hails’ Family Farm in Lopez, Bolton Farms in Silverdale and Snyder Farms in Perkasie.

Menu offerings include free-range eggs and whole wheat pancakes for breakfast and dishes like organic veggie chili for lunch.

Breakfast Menu [PDF]
Lunch & Dinner Menu [PDF]

Conshohocken Gets a Diner With a Conscience