New Business in Norristown: Pauline's Deli Takes Over Court House Diner Spot

The Court House Diner, a popular lunch spot for courthouse denizens and other locals is gone and Pauline's Deli is filling the void.

When the shuttered it's doors, folks at the were hurting for a new breakfast and lunch spot. Luckily for them, when one door closed, two new ones opened!

We mentioned on the corner of Swede and East Airy a few weeks ago and now we have the scoop on Pauline's Deli, now open on the site of the Court House Diner at 36 East Main Street (right across from the courthouse.)

Owners John and Miriam Kim opened the eatery a few weeks ago and the word has slowly been spreading about their breakfast and lunch offerings – think everything breakfast from sandwiches to omelettes, waffles, French toast, pancakes and full platters. Lunch offers deep-fried appetizers, soups, salads, burgers cheese steaks, paninis, and even vegetarian options. Not to mention the sandwiches, clubs and hoagies made with Boar's Head meats. They've even got ice cream!

The Kim's have been in the Deli business for years, having run a spot in Center City. According to Miriam, the couple relocated to Norristown to run an establishment with better hours so they could spend more time with the family. 

Pauline's Deli is open Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Stop in and check out the daily specials or give them a call 610-279-6124.


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