You’ll Absolutely Love This Retro Themed Diner In Delaware

Do you remember when you would come home with a good report card, and go out with your family to celebrate? Maybe your grandparents would spoil you after a weekend with them and treat you to a big ice cream sundae. If you grew up in northern Delaware, chances are you’ve had many meals like that at the Charcoal Pit, Wilmington’s famous vintage diner that serves up nearly the same exact menu they did when they opened in 1956.

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