Philadelphia, The Mayfair Diner - Located in the Mayfair section of Northeast Philadelphia, The Mayfair Diner has been a local favorite since 1932. President Obama has even eaten here. The classic diner-style restaurant is 125 feet in length, making it one of the longest diners in the area. NB: we still recommend getting there early on the weekends. Details: 7373 Frankford Ave, (215) 624-8886
A Classic 24/7 diner serving American faves & all-day breakfasts in a retro '50s atmosphere.The Mayfair Diner has been a favorite of the Philadelphia area since 1932. We are a classic 1950's-style restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
"No matter how you slice it, the Mayfair Diner has been a long-standing piece of American pie," says frequent diner, Dina Siravo-McCaffery. "When you're hungry and feeling the need for the best food in the area, look no further than Mayfair Diner. We offer the food you desire, the prices you are looking for, and the customer service you expect." The Mayfair Diner
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.