Philadelphia, The Dining Car - Located deep in the great Northeast section of Philly, The Dining Car has been around for more than 50 years. This “Great American Diner” is famous for its French onion soup and Jewish apple cake. There’s also a full bar. Details: 8826 Frankford Ave, (215) 338-5113
The Trolley Car Diner in Mt. Airy will shut its doors October 15, 2019, after almost 20 years.
Large portions of home-style comfort food served 24 hours alongside an in-house bakery & market. "The “new” Dining Car was constructed on-site in New Jersey and trucked to its current location at 8826 Frankford Avenue in 1980. Not wanting to interrupt service to its customers, both diners were actually operating at the same time for a short while. Some customers even picked up there coffee cups from the old diner and walked over to the new diner to sit and finish up there. Once all of the patrons were served, the “old” diner was closed." - The Dining Car
Philadelphia's Best Classic Diners - iconic diners that pretty much blanket Philadelphia proper, stretching all the way from the Great Northeast across the city to deep South Philadelphia. So we decided to put together a quick roundup of some of the most well known and well-frequented classic diners in Philadelphia, making an effort to cover as many neighborhoods as we could.