Dating back to the 1940s… the location at the corner of Maple Ave. and Easton Road in Horsham, across from the Willow Grove Air Station has been been a local and commuter diner destination, still identified by many who were in the military or long-standing members of the community as Dutch’s Diner. A small family fun diner, Dutch’s was at this location till early in the 1970s. When the Rutherford family sold out to relatives of the current owners, known as the Horsham Towne Diner till 1991, a well-known location for Great Breakfasts, Baked Goods, and fabulous views of the airfield. In 1991, Lancers Diner came to be. Now more then just great breakfasts came fabulous soups, a New Salad Bar, and of course, a newer look.
In Horsham PA, Lancers is a true Diner Destination. If you’re traveling from Philly to Doylestown or New Hope, many of our customers aren’t just from Horsham, they come regularly from Feasterville, Ambler, Willow Grove, Warminster, Warrington, Elkins Park, Upper Dublin and beyond.
Peter, the owner, truly believes that Lancers wouldn’t be what it is today, without all the contributions of the past and present owners and employees. All of those who come through the doors of Lancers Diner will experience home-cooked soups, entrees, and desserts, provided for you at a price point you will find attractive. Our goal is to make you satisfied.