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Watch the Trailer for the South Street Diner Documentary

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A new documentary called 24 Hours at the South Street Diner details a day in the life of the iconic eatery where rappers named Hamburger rub elbows with cognitive neuroscientists. The film shows a day in the life of Boston's only 24hr diner, which first opened in 1947 and nearly closed in 2009 due to proposed restrictions to its hours and financial difficulties. The creators hope the film will sweep the festival circuit: for now you can watch the trailer.

· Official trailer [Official Site via Boston.com]
· South Street diner's fans captured in new documentary [Boston.com]

South Street Diner

178 Kneeland Street, , MA 02111 (617) 350-0028 Visit Website

South Street Diner

178 Kneeland Street, Boston, MA

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