Emily’s Family Diner, which has satisfied Clarence crowds for nearly seven years, is moving west, onto Main Street.
Jamie Winger and her husband Scott, who have operated their restaurant at 9105 Sheridan Drive, are closing it after service March 28. On April 1, they plan to reopen at 9980 Main St., Clarence, formerly The Main Ingredient, and before that Berrafato’s.
The Wingers, who named the restaurant after their daughter, plan to keep the menu the same (see those below). That means breakfast, lunch and Friday dinners, paid for by check or cash. Popular dishes have included Polish noodles called kluski scrambled with eggs, and housemade Hollandaise sauce for eggs Benedict - sometimes served over beef hash.
Emily’s new space is about twice the size, with more than 90 seats, Jamie Winger said. The old space “wasn’t big enough for us, so we were looking for a different spot,” she said. “The business has grown over the years, and we were looking for a more modern spot with better visibility.”
Hopefully the customers that enjoyed their food will have no problem finding the new place, she said.
(Hat tip: Don Boyd)
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