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Elbert’s Diner in Power Plant Mall closes down

Elbert’s Diner in Power Plant Mall closes down

Photo from Elbert's Diner's Facebook page

Elbert's Diner, formerly known as Elbert’s Sandwich Shop, says goodbye to its customers (for now) on January 31

Elbert’s Diner, located at the second floor of Power Plant Mall, Makati City, will be shutting its doors to the public starting Sunday, January 31.

The local restaurant announced their closure on Thursday, January 28, hoping to see their customers “one last time before [they] roll down [their] doors.”

“It will be our last day as a restaurant (at least for now). Thank you for all your support throughout all these years. We are hopeful that we will be back some day. We are proud of our sandwiches and will do our best to find them a home again,” they wrote on Facebook.

“Today, we are sad to say goodbye once again to this mall, which has been nothing but good to us,” they added.

Elbert’s Diner began as “Elbert’s Cheesesteak Sandwiches” at the ground floor of Power Plant Mall in 2009. They relocated to Alabang in 2014 as “Elbert’s Sandwiches,” and then returned to Power Plant Mall in 2018 as “Elbert’s Sandwich Shop,” rebranding shortly after to Elbert’s Diner.

They were known for their cheesesteak subs, sandwiches, cubanos, smashed burgers, sliders, and hotdogs. Their menu will still be available for delivery through their website. –

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