• Ed's Diner, Doylestown, PA 1950s

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    We love the artist's perspective of this menu cover for Ed's Diner which operated for over 40 years on route 202 in Doylestown, one hour north of Philadelphia. Some people still remember Pancho the cook who would  shout out "Everybody chewing!" in satisfaction as he looked around the busy tables. This gorgeous and classic silver diner closed down in 1981 and the shell is now used as a hardware store and a cigar shop. The old diner has its own Facebook page: Ed's Diner Doylestown.

    Courtesy Private Collection.

    Cool Culinaria Ultimate Giclee Prints on 130lb paper. 11 oz Ceramic Mugs. All printed in USA.

    Each print is accompanied by a copy of the interior menu

Ed's Diner, Doylestown, PA 1950s Vintage Menu Art
Ed's Diner, Doylestown, PA 1950s Vintage Menu Art Ed's Diner, Doylestown, PA 1950s Vintage Menu Ed's Diner menu Doylestown 1950s Menu Interior Ed's Diner Doylestown PA 1950s

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