24 Hours At The South Street Diner

In Boston, there’s one diner where, no matter who you are, you can get a burger 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week. Whether you’re a late night club kid or a computational scientist, or a cabbie, that place is the South Street Diner. The landmark restaurant in Boston’s Leather district is the subject of a new documentary called “24 hours at the South Street Diner,” which is being screened this weekend as part of the Boston Independent Film Festival.


  • Melissa Dowler, Filmmaker
  • Tom Dowler, Filmmaker
  • Sol Sidell, Owner of the South Street Diner



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