News ~ Elmwood Diner returns

Projo today announced the re-opening of the Elmwood Diner.


Formerly called the Liberty Elm Diner, after some rehabbing and refinishing, the diner operates with a "the philosophy of combining farm-to-table wholesomeness with approachable comfort food in a family-friendly (and family-owned) atmosphere."

New owners Paul Smith and Zoe Neves aren't strangers to local food. They own the East Side Marketplace. They gave the diner back its original name, "Elmwood Diner," and brought in chef Chef Andrea LaFazia, formerly of The Locals and Succotash.

According to Projo,"[t]he diner serves breakfast six days (closed on Mondays) from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., offering lunch items in the later hours."

I'm really looking forward to welcoming them back. Liberty Elm had been a favorite Sunday stop for us.

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  1. Yay! Im really looking forward to trying this spot.

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    1. Thanks Megan! We'll have to make a point to go.

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