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Phil's Diner Ditches Grease For Green

Our sister site, Curbed, catches wind of a reshuffle over at ancient LA staple, Phil's Diner in NoHo. Yesterday, the pink-hued dining car, which opened on Chandler Boulevard in the '20s and closed a decade ago due to construction of the North Hollywood subway stop, was lowered to its new residence on Lankershim between Magnolia and Weddington. As it now stands, the railcar-esque venue will undergo a remodel and launch in March as an organic, sustainable fast-food spot called Phil's Diner Fresh n' Fast. Owners Casey Hallenbeck and his wife Malissa plan to embraces local, hormone-free and pesticide-free food, compostable containers and other green components.
·Renovated Phil's Diner Lowered, Gently, On North Hollywood Plot [Curbed]

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