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Cousin's Grubhouse Gets Reboot on West Passyunk

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Cousin's Grubhouse has been updated for 2013.
Cousin's Grubhouse has been updated for 2013.

Cousin's Luncheonette opened up shop at 2340 S. Hemberger Street way back in 1955, and after 58 years, new owners Jim Lord and William Schmidt felt it was time for a bit of a facelift as well as a new moniker: Cousin's Grubhouse.

In addition to that shiny new paint job, the restaurateurs have updated the food, too, adding 50 items to the menu, all of which sneak in under the $10 mark. The burger list is 10 options long, and they've got the pre-requisite Philly staples like scrapple, fish cake, and, of course, pork roll. As an added bonus, you can still get Philly-famous Levi's Hot Dog's at The Grubhouse, and more sophisticated fare like salted caramel French toast.

The 40-seat dinette features an old-school counter with 8 additional stools, and now offer delivery and take-out for those who want to experience Cousin's Grubhouse on the go. The only downside is that they close up shop around 3 p.m. every day of the week, but are open until 6 on Saturday.

Cousin's Grubhouse Menu by ceflatt6940

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Cousin's Grubhouse

2340 S. Hemberger St., Philadelphia, PA