Dave’s Diner – Adamstown, PA

Dave’s is a 1940s Fodero diner.
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There’s an interesting treatment to the front door: classical columns rendered in stainless steel.
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Seth Thomas clock in a sunburst case. The menu boards have been replaced with mirrors, the rounded parts of the ceiling have also been replaced with mirrors and the monitor has been filled in with acoustical tile.
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Enormous blueberry pancakes (almost more blueberry than pancake) and some of the best scrapple I’ve had. Great coffee that never dipped below a quarter empty. Eggs, homefries, bacon and toast in the foreground.
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