Pushnik’s Diner/ Marabelle’s Restaurant – Lebanon, PA

We visited the former Pushnik’s Diner/ D’Alexander’s during a period between 2003 and 2006 when it was operating as the Horn & Horn diner. It was built in 1960 by the Fodero diner company and replaced an early model Silk City which had previously been on the site. It re-opened on Monday as Marabelle’s Restaurant. The full news story can be read HERE
Their new website is marabelles.com

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Waterfall Rooms.

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gold and stainless

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Lightbulb Sputnik

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Excellent 1960 space age styling. Quilted stainless, bold thin, outwardly canted supports, flared roof edge, recessed spotlights.

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The original Patterson Vehicle Company built Silk City diner.

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4 thoughts on “Pushnik’s Diner/ Marabelle’s Restaurant – Lebanon, PA

  1. I’ve performed here before and the staff was very accommodating. The banquet manager Nicole was excellent at making sure all the proper arrangements were taken care of.

    Afterwards, I ordered a meal to go and it was splendid!

    Whenever I’m in the area again, I will definitely stop by!

    Thanks Marabelle’s!

    ~Comedian Man

      • Definitely will do! Excellent food! I think I’ll get the Fried Ravioli in Red Sauce! Oh man, my mouth is watering now just thinking about it! Mmm mmm good!

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