Melrose DinerCurrently Open
- Address: 1501 - 1527, Snyder Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19145, USA, United States
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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I always ask for Margie and sit at the counter (Margaret). She's been there forever and sometimes it feels like she knows everyone. Gives great life advice and keeps my coffee cup filled. Not the original owners but it feels the same. Been going there 25 years. Order breakfast and relax.
Blatant 5 Stars. After having a day/night in central Philly I was eager to escape the claustrophobic feeling the cramped streets provide. I escaped toward the airport and spotted this place, swerved into the parking lot and ran inside. Had a western omelette made the classic way, wildly friendly service, clean room. The servers and cooks seem to take serious pride in what they do. What a great bookend to my trip.
I decided to go and grab a late night burger for pickup and I have to say I would definitely come back. The burger is amazing. The staff from the moment I entered at 2AM they all had smiles on their faces very friendly. I wished I could have stayed and get served. I will definitely come back to dine in with family and friends. I was recommended by my co worker since he lives 1 block from the restaurant.i know I said this already but I definitely will come back
I paid a visit to the famed Melrose Diner at 6 this morning for breakfast. This establishment is an authentic “factory manufactured” diner which was invented in this country in the second half of the 20th century and dotted the landscape from sea to shining sea. Having said this, I think it is worth it just to go there to see it and go inside for a coffee. These shiny metal monstrosities will soon disappear from the American landscape and those of us from that era will surely miss them. If you were a 21st century baby, visit now before it’s too late. The Melrose serves up a very hearty breakfast and even has a make your own omelette on their menu where you can pick your own additions to your 3 egg creation. The omelette I picked was a ham, Swiss, peppers and onions and was very light and fluffy. It was more of a home cooked variety than a standard diner fare creation. The fried potatoes are crispy and not greasy. The place is clean, the waiter a little bland, lacking much personality (maybe it was too early for him ?) and the food is better than most restaurants of this type. Gone are the old fashioned South Philly waitresses who would greet you with a smile and belt out “Whatta ya have honey ?” ( They were still there when I visited in the 1990s. ). Some of that old fashioned Philly charm may be gone but The Melrose Diner is definitely still worth a visit!
Being from Philadelphia, I always heard how great the Melrose Diner was. I grew up in Mayfair and always thought that the Mayfair Diner was the best diner that I’ve ever been to. Today I picked up my daughter and son-in-law from Philly International and thought that I would treat them to breakfast at the Melrose. Boy, was I disappointed! My son-in-law was very disappointed with his omelette, my daughter’s French toast was not cooked properly and my scrambled eggs were dry and it looked like it was only one egg instead of two. I will never go back there again!!! The Mayfair Diner has it all over the Melrose!!!