Thursday, February 11, 2016

Broad Street Diner revival

Michael's - owners of many local diners- is taking it over.

Broad Street Diner revival

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There will be new life for the Broad Street Diner at Broad and Ellsworth Streets.

Once considered for a Stephen Starr concept (scuttled by environmental concerns), it's sat vacant for years.

Now, Michael Petrogiannis, who owns the Melrose, the Mayfair, Tiffany's, the Country Club, and Warminster West, is taking it over.

Construction is underway.

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