24-hour Olivia’s Diner set to open near Dupont Circle

You’ll no longer have to trek out to The Diner in Adams Morgan to satisfy your midnight pancake cravings.

Olivia’s Diner, a 24-hour restaurant that will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, is slated to open at 1120 19th St. NW, a 10-minute walk from campus near Dupont Circle.

According to a Craiglist hiring ad posted last month, the diner aims to be up and running on June 8, although construction workers told the D.C. news blog Borderstan that the renovations will last for a few more weeks.

The ad said that Olivia’s is a family-operated establishment that will be serving food made from scratch.

Borderstan reported that the owner, Tri Nguyen, also co-owns the D.C. chain Pete’s New Haven Style Apizza.

The new diner’s address was previously occupied by eateries Jonathan’s Gourmet and G Street Food.

A sign in front of the restaurant said that it will seat 130 people, with a sidewalk cafe that seats 32 people.

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