The Hop Stop Diner

The Hop Stop Diner is a ’50s-inspired soda shop. It serves many creative dishes, including the Parmesan-encrusted turkey and avocado sandwich, as well as a variety of desserts such as homemade apple pie. Owner Andrea Shobe is so happy to be in downtown Glendale and says “it makes me think of Mayberry, small-town America.”

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Restaurant address: 7013 N 58th Avenue, Glendale, AZ

Phone number: 623-915-0100

Website: www.hopstopdiner.com

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