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Old City's Got a New-24 Hour Diner

It's the first of its kind in the neighborhood

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In a city which boasts some of the finest diners in the entire country, Revolution Diner hopes to make a lasting impression on the Old City scene.

Per this report by Philly.com, the new diner at 239-241 Chestnut Street (between The Little Lion and Old City's Best Western) is the reconceptualization of Imad Dawara's Barra and B-Side. The diner's name coincides with, of course, the neighborhood's historical relevance, but also with the soon-to-open Museum of the American Revolution, just across the street.

The menu leans Italian, and is, apparently, enormous (as most diner menus tend to be).

Revolution Diner

241 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106, USA

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