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Claymont Steak Shop Hits the Pike!

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TSD was a lucky invitee at a friends and family sneak preview of the legendary Claymont Steak Shop’s beautiful new Concord Pike location. Sunday’s opening celebration showcased the restaurant’s contemporary interior and nifty green signage as well as several of their signature dishes, such as cheese steaks, pizza, baklava and other delicacies. “We like to create restaurants that are very much a part of their community,” said owner Demi Kollias. “So while there is a sports theme at our Newark location, the Concord Pike area is different. People are busy and pressed for time any time they travel the Pike. So we will offer exceptionally fast service in an urban-style restaurant environment that our guests will enjoy.”


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