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Havertown Grille to Replace Hanne's Breakfast Nook

New owners are hoping for a mid-November opening.

After more than 20 years operating a food truck in Philadelphia, Nick Haselidis is opening a stationary restaurant in Havertown.

Haselidis will be the owner-chef of Havertown Grille, which he hopes to open in November at 2409 W. Darby Road. 

The new eatery will serve breakfast and lunch, from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., seven days a week. 

The space used to belong to Hanne's Breakfast Nook, which shut its doors in July.

"When we saw that the storefront was up for lease we jumped on it, as my husband has been looking to open up a store in the area for quite some time," Stacie Bellos Haselidis, Nick's wife, wrote in an email.

The remodeled restaurant, with all new fixtures and equipment, will seat about 30 people at five tables and a counter.

Havertown Grille will serve all the American breakfast and lunch staples—"fresh, fast and delicious"—Bellos Haselidis said. There will also be some dishes that reflect the chef's heritage. 

"We're Greek, so we'll have some Greek flair in there, some specialties for the lunch menu," Bellos Haselidis said.

Eager diners can follow updates on the Havertown Grille Facebook page.

See also:

  • Last Day for Hanne's
  • Video: Hanne's Says Goodbye To Its Customers
Courtney Rostand October 25, 2012 at 07:30 PM
Something wrong with serving dinner in Havertown?! This is the second breakfast/lunch spot to launch this fall.
Bebimbop October 25, 2012 at 10:57 PM
there are plenty of restaurants/pubs that serve dinner. No real breakfast places until Kettle and HavertownGrille.

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