Verna’s Flight Line Restaurant, Millville – Review

by Alice Magdziak • January 14, 2013 • Cumberland, Dinerland, FoodComments (0)3524

Ever want to eat breakfast while surrounded by airplanes and other military equipment? Check out Verna’s Flight Line Restaurant in Millville!


Airport buildings are visible from the back windows.


The landing strip and aircraft parking areas can be seen from the front.


Lots of aircraft and military memorabilia cover the walls.


Millville Airport is known as America’s First Defense Airport because it was the first airport built by the U.S. War Department in 1941.  To celebrate this distinction, there’s the Millville Army Air Field Museum on the airport grounds.  OK, enough about the ambiance.  How’s the food?  In a word… fantastic.

Like any good south Jersey diner has, there’s lots of pork roll and scrapple on the menu.


We had a scrapple, egg and cheese sandwich with grits. The grits tasted like they were made from scratch and not just instant.  The scrapple was extremely crispy and good inside the sandwich. Everything else on the sandwich was nice and fresh, too.


An Italian sausage omelet was up next. The italian sausage rather than breakfast sausage made the omelet nice and spicy.  Again, all the ingredients were super fresh and delicious.  Home fries were crispy and nicely diced for a better forkful than when the potatoes are larger.


Finally, we tried the pancakes with a side of sausage. Great, great giant pancakes.


If you’re around Cumberland county and feel like taking the kids out for some breakfast or lunch and gawking at the airplanes, you should definitely take a ride to Verna’s Flight Line Restaurant in Millville.

Verna’s Flight Line Restaurant

302 Beacon Street, Millville

(856) 825-3200

Open every day: 6:00 am – 2:00 pm


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