What to Know
- A new Olga's Diner is coming to Marlton, New Jersey, more than a decade after the original shuttered.
- The new Olga's is now under construction just a half-mile away from the original site at routes 70 and 73.
- The owners hope to have the new Olga's open this spring.
A South Jersey diner is making a return more than a decade after it closed at a busy Burlington County intersection.
Olga's Diner is making a comeback of sorts in Marlton.
Crews demolished the original diner, with its hard-to-miss sign, at routes 70 and 73 about two years ago to make way for an office building.
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The new Olga's is now under construction just a half-mile away from the original site, diner owners confirm to NBC10.
The owners expect the new diner to open sometime this spring.
Built in 1959, the original Olga's once attracted hordes of travelers headed to and from the Jersey shore. It was shuttered in 2008 after years of declining business and financial difficulties.