The Hi-Lo Diner has been open for 2 years in Minneapolis, MN, but it’s story is 60 years old. An original 1957 Fodero Diner, Hi-Lo’s shell was once called The Venus from 1958-2009, which was located on Route 8 between Hampton and Gibsonia, tiny bedroom communities just north of Pittsburgh, right off the Turnpike. Fodero, the Italian-American manufacturer, built the diner in northern New Jersey.
After The Venus closed in 2009, in was purchased by a diner collector and moved to Cleveland, Ohio where it sat until it’s new owners purchased it in 2014. It was moved again from Cleveland to East Lake Street in Minneapolis in the place of a vacant Taco Bell and completely restored its original glory.
Hi-Lo Diner is open daily for breakfast, lunch, dinner, late night.
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