“Fun food that feeds the soul”
The Katz Club Diner makes its home in the historic 1949 O'Mahony Diner car (serial number 2154) that originally operated as the Zephyr Diner in Berwyck, Pennsylvania. It was transported from its original location to Cleveland Heights in 1997, where it was painstakingly restored and joined with the Centennial Diner, now home to the Speakeasy. Originally located in Atlantic City, N.J., the Centennial car is an excellent example of the Mountain View Diner Co. style; the pre-World War II diner models usually incorporated late Art Deco styling and, according to the company motto, were "built to last a lifetime."
The diner part of this restaurant burned down from arson. But the owner/chef, Doug Katz, fixed the restaurant part and has pop-up events. http://www.thekatzclubdiner.com/
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The Katz Club Diner
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