Philadelphia, PA - Business partners and cousins Kolovos and Dovas bring back the former Olga's Diner, the longtime South Jersey landmark on Route 73 and bring the classic Jersey diner back. Olga shut down in 2008 after being open for nearly 50 years. Before that, the original Olga's was located on Admiral Wilson Boulevard in Camden during the 1940s and 1950s.
Olga's Diner is Coming Back to Marlton
The original diner was named after the initial owner, drawing in faithful patrons from all around Camden and Burlington counties, as well as shore traffic from the Philadelphia area heading down to Long Beach Island during summertime.
The cousins are no strangers to the diner business; their fathers co-own the Penrose Diner together in South Philadelphia, The new diner is going to feature an upgraded modern exterior design as well as improved menu choices. Including vegan and healthy food options.
The diner will open just one mile away from the original Olga's Diner, Kolovos and Dovas anticipate the undertaking will be operational this spring.
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