Friday, February 12, 2016

Don't take this free breakfast for granite

Andy's Diner will mark its anniversary by giving away food.

Don't take this free breakfast for granite


Andy Kamaratos will mark the first anniversary of his Andy’s Diner location in Trevose by offering free breakfast entrees on Thursday, June 14 between 6 a.m. and 2 p.m.  (It's at 2224 Lincoln Highway, the former Steak & Ale on the Roosevelt Boulevard.)

Kamaratos has been in the diner business since emigrating from Greece in 1976, when he went to work as a dishwasher at the Sunnybrook Diner in Allentown. Six months later, he went into business for himself and has had a hand in about 25 diners in the region.

He now owns 24/7 Andy’s Diners in Trevose, Conshohocken, Springfield, Delaware County, and soon in Spring House, Montgomery County, as well as Akropolis Marble & Granite on Bethlehem Pike in Hatfield.

One lucky customer will win up to 50 feet of new granite kitchen countertops, valued at $3,500, courtesy of Kamaratos’ Akropolis Marble & Granite. Winner will be selected by a random drawing. No purchase is necessary. 

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