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Way back in 1897, founder John Jahn opened the first Jahn’s in the Bronx as a part diner, part ice cream parlor. Following the original debut, at one point in time there were nearly three dozen locations spread across the boroughs and even a few branches in Florida. Today, under different owners, the Jackson Heights location is the last remaining location. Local customers pop by regularly for its diner classic breakfasts, traditional Greek favorites (like Spanakopita), and specialty sundaes.

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