Snug Harbor was established by Frank Leight as a calm in the storm of World War II, and was eventually purchased by Christa Rosenloecher, who fled East Germany in 1954. Finally, C.J. Rudolph bought the restaurant after dreaming of owning it as a kid. This little diner serves classic American food, specializing in breakfast. Many egg dishes are available to choose from. Numerous pancakes are also available, with nine different specialty sausages that can be added to a meal. Lunch offers sandwiches, burgers and salads. Fish and chips, chili, tacos and quesadillas are also available. Customers can also order a classic shake, malt or float from the fountain. Counter service is available, as well as booths and a little hidden back patio.