Allentown, PA-The long-standing Allentown restaurant closes after the last day of Saturday’s meal.
Brass Rail on Lehi High Street was considering a move, but at least it didn’t seem to work at this point.
The restaurant has been open for over 90 years.
“This was a very difficult decision,” said the Solentino family sign, thanking them for their patronage for 91 years.
Founder Philip Solentino was an immigrant from Italy who opened a burger and hot dog stand in 1931. According to the Brass Rail website, Solentino opened in 1137 Hamilton Street in Allentown in 1933, and in 1937 he introduced cheesesteak to Allentown.
The Hamilton Street site was closed in 2001.
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