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Eugene's Diner & Bar by DiBari set to open in Port Chester...

gutreactions | Mar 27, 201905:19 AM     2

It's taken some extra months, but dynamic Chef David DiBari and company are putting the finishing touches on their newest: Eugene's Diner & Bar on N. Main Street, Port Chester. DiBari describes it as a modern take on the diner concept. He had designing help on this one, and the menu, though American, will have its eclectic touches. Website is still under construction at this writing, but Eugene's is already listed on Open Table...

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