Camillus, N.Y. — A popular diner that hasn’t even been open for two years is moving to a larger building to accommodate its constant flow of customers.

Second Chance Diner is leaving its original location at 103 Bennett Road in Camillus and heading 2 miles up the road to West Genesee Street. It will move into the spot that last housed the Rio Grande Mexican restaurant at 5407 W. Genesee St. That restaurant closed last year and has been vacant since.

Owner Eddie DePalma signed the lease on Sept. 3 and began work on the new place immediately, starting with coating the red exterior with grayish blue paint. He said he will work 20-hour days just so he can meet his self-imposed opening date of Nov. 15.

“If we didn’t expand, we probably would’ve had to go out of business,” DePalma said Friday afternoon in his future dining room. “We

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Prestige Diner, having just reopened after suffering a fire in March, is kicking off its return with the “NEW PROVIDENCE SUPPORTS LOCAL BUSINESSES” event, starting Monday, August 31 through the week until September 6th. 

Any New Providence shopper with a receipt totaling $50 or more for anything they’ve bought in town can be turned in at Prestige Diner for a free appetizer at their new expanded outdoor garden patio. Whether NP shoppers have renewed their martial arts or gym membership, bought lunch, gas or dry cleaning, or gotten a haircut, their receipts count and Prestige wants to reward their local buying. Just spend at least $50 at Prestige and show your receipt for your free appetizer. 

“As a local business owner, we know the direct impact shopping local has on our community businesses. We support our fellow local business owners and recognize their dedication to New

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