Thank you for visiting the Tin Goose Diner. This diner is authentic, built by the Jerry O’Mahony Diner Company of Elizabeth, New Jersey, in the 1950’s. It was originally operated as the Sunrise Diner in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
We became a permanent part of the Liberty Aviation Museum in 2012. We are located at the Erie-Ottawa International Airport (PCW) in Port Clinton, Ohio.
Aircraft parking is available behind museum hangar, provided that there are no special events or work/airplanes coming out onto our ramp from the hangar. If no parking is available, guests can taxi and park at the airport and inquire or call us about a FREE shuttle ride to the museum/diner.
***NOTE: If you plan to walk, please DO NOT walk in the grass area by taxiway or runways! Please take the sidewalk on the other side of the fence by the street. ***
We encourage you to view, and experience artifacts, vehicles, and aircraft from the Golden Age of Aviation, and beyond while you’re here. (Museum admission required)
All proceeds from this diner help fund the operation of the Liberty Aviation Museum.
The Tin Goose Diner is open 7 days a week, year round! We serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Breakfast is served all day except French toast & pancakes. Those are only served until 11am.
Open 7am-7pm (each day)
Please call to verify hours of the Tin Goose Diner or visit our website to verify hours during the fall-spring. Our hours do change throughout the year!)
Visit us at:
+41° 30′ 31.86″N
-82° 51′ 52.86″W