Northside Diner, new Washington restaurant, will bring comfort food to modern palates

Restaurant will offer a blend of classic American fare and modern healthy options

Ed and Isabella Santoro stand behind the bar of Northside Diner in Washington.
Ed and Isabella Santoro stand behind the bar of Northside Diner in Washington. CREDIT ANNIE SMITH BARKALOW

A building that once housed a beloved Washington restaurant will once again see diners lined up at the soda fountain and nestled in booths. Northside Diner is set to open its doors at 106 W. Main St., taking over the previous site of Winga’s Cafe, which had remained empty for 18 years. Co-owners Isabella and […]

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