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If you’re traveling from Philly to Doylestown or New Hope, many of our customers aren’t just from Horsham, they come regularly from Feasterville, Ambler, Willow Grove, Warminster, Warrington, Elkins Park, Upper Dublin and beyond.Peter, one of the owners, truly believes that Lancers wouldn’t be what it is today, without all the contributions of the past and present owners and employees.
The options are nearly endless, with nearly 600 restaurants open across the city.
"Business is as good, or better than it’s ever been,” says Weiland.
But to grab those customers, Bob's café manager Ben Weiland says he has to think outside of the eleven seat café.
"I see the entire city of Sioux Falls as our dining room.
And seeing it that way gives me a vision of feeding as many people as I can feed." That means Weiland can often be found catering large parties... Weiland says, "It has been an uphill struggle to let people know that we'll deliver a chicken dinner to them just like a pizza shop will deliver a pizza to them.
Unlike our tight-jawed brethren to the north, who pronounce it "ko-hog," Rhode Islanders say "kwah-hog." No matter how you say it, quahogs are delicious in a variety of ways: shucked and served straight from the sea, added to red sauce and served over spaghetti, or chopped, mixed with stuffing and put back into the half shell - affectionately known as the "stuffie." Providence is the birthplace of the diner, dating back to 1872.
The most beloved of all local diners is Haven Brothers, a trailer on wheels that parks nightly next to Providence City Hall.
And it catches on a little more each year." But each year, more competition comes to town.
While it may add to the fight for customers dollars, it's business development those at the Sioux Falls area chamber of commerce are glad to see.
In Horsham PA, Lancers is a true Diner Destination.
and Easton Road in Horsham, across from the the Willow Grove Air Station has been been a local and commuter diner destination, still indentified by many whom were in the military or long standing members of the community as Dutch’s Diner , a well known location for Great Breakfasts, Baked Goods and fabulous views of the airfield. Now more then just great breakfasts came fabulous soups, a New Salad Bar, and of course, a newer look.
Those in the know order them "all the way," which means slathered in onions, mustard, celery salt and their top secret spicy meat sauce. With one of two of Rhode Island's favorite beverages.