South Philly’s Melrose Diner set to reopen this week

Six weeks after a fire erupted and introduced on in-depth hurt at Melrose Diner, the South Philly staple will reopen this week.

The 24-hour establishment launched they could reopen the dinner on Wednesday, Sept. 11, at 8 a.m. The enterprise will most likely be open for its common 24-hour schedule. In gentle of its closure, the restaurant might have a “50 percent off customer appreciation” specific between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., KYW opinions.

For the ultimate six weeks, staff on the diner on Snyder Ave. had been moved to the Broad Street Diner whereas the infamous spot was beneath growth.

The diner, which is usually open day by day of the yr aside from Christmas, briefly closed after a fire erupted merely sooner than 6 p.m. on July 24. No accidents had been reported throughout the hearth.

It is unclear what kind of damages the enterprise sustained, nonetheless, the proprietor, Michael Petrogiannis, knowledgeable 6ABC in July that there was “a lot of damage inside” of the diner. The hearth appeared to be the result of the failure.

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