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Doumars Diner & Curb Service

Doumar's Diner & Curb Service
1919 Monticello Ave
Norfolk, VA 23517

In 1907, Abe Doumar's first Ice Cream Cone Stand in Norfolk was in Ocean View Amusement Park. John Doumar ran Doumar's first soda fountain in the historic Wells Theater, downtown Norfolk.

In 1934, George moved the business to our current location due to a hurricane. Albert and his brother Vic Doumar managed the current location for many years. Today, Albert still bakes cones on the original cone machine (times vary but usually between 9am-10:30am Monday through Saturday; and is ably assisted by Thad & Randy  --still serving it up with the family's traditional excellence.




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