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Morning Glory Diner
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Today 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
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735 S 10th St Philadelphia, PA 19147
735 South 10th StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19147
$$DinerToday 7:00 am – 4:00 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmThursday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmFriday 7:00 am – 4:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 3:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm
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Cash-only diner whose housemade breakfasts have locals lining up in often-long lines on weekends.- Google
"Love their home made pancakes with real maple syrup and flavored whipped butter."
"The Waffle at this place is A+ as is the foccacia breakfast sandwich."
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Raina Satija
6 months ago
Cash-only diner. My partner and I are here every 2 weeks or so for Sunday brunch, and they never disappoint. We wanted to write a review because how often we come here and how much we love it. The staff are always friendly and accommodating. The wait can be rather long depending on your party size and how early you get here, but if it's a small party, you'll be seated in a timely manner, and it's first come first serve list basis. The place is cozy and loud, so be ready for people running around. The food is awesome and not to be missed.
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Ken Lynch
2 months ago
Love their home made pancakes with real maple syrup and flavored whipped butter
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Greg Friedman
a year ago
Always good! This place is cozy and down home. The coffee is really good and the food is wholesome and consistent. Other comments about their rules and staff... my interpretation : this place is Busy and Small... So the sign in book and wait are solutions to keep all hands on deck to serve customers. I like a place that has the balls to make rules. Keeps out the thin-skinned. More delicious food for ME!
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Louis Esposito
a year ago
Good food. Good people. Crowded on weekends.
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Luigi Haines
3 months ago
I'm going to have to agree with the rude staff comments in other reviews. The host in particular was quite condescending and could use a class or 2 on hospitality. I felt very unwelcome. My waiter was okay, didn't get his name and he wasn't personable what so ever. He seemed overwhelmed although there were only about 5 tables occupied. The food was okay, nothing really that great. I made no modifications to my order so it came out as expected. HOWEVER, the lack of real ketchup is a big minus in my book. they only have "homemade ketchup" which is a watery red sauce that tasted terrible and resembled a runny marinara. The menu is "meh" for a lack of a better word and consisted of $4 bacon and items you could make yourself at home. Go to Sabrinas Cafe 2 blocks away, you'll be much happier with your decision. plus, they aren't cash only like Morning Glory Disappointment.
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Chavon McMillan
3 weeks ago
It was delicious! My new go to spot when in Philly!
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John M. White
a year ago
Never made it in the door. The giant stop sign on the door that tells guests to not come in and the impersonal sign up outside was enough for me to not even go in. Is their food great? Maybe. Could they use a lesson in hospitality? Definitely. I might give them a try in the future, but only if I'm greeted with a smile, not a list of rules.
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Brian Ponzo
a year ago
Most of the bad reviews are spot on. Rude sign at the door, waiters hospitality was not what most of the other reviews state, didn't seem very friendly. Feel like I could've made most of the food at home. Really think it's bad they don't take credit cards as well.