Wisdom and Love at Ritter’s Diner

Meet Sophia and Aphrodite.

Last week I made arrangements to photograph Aphrodite for the People at Work Series.  Steve and I’ve known Aphrodite for more than 23 years now. Sophia asked me if I knew what Sophia meant and I had to admit I didn’t.

But I do now!  Wisdom.  And Aphrodite means Love.

I ordered two eggs over medium, dry wheat toast with butter on the side and potatoes with the well done crispy bits. Coffee and a glass of water.

I asked Sophia if I might photograph her, too, and she graciously agreed.  I forgot to ask Sophia how long she’s worked at Ritter’s Diner but I know Aphrodite has worked there for 39 years!

Chances are if you’re from Pittsburgh, you’ve had the good fortune to meet both of these wonderful women.

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 Sophia and Aphrodite

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SophiaSophia at the cash register

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Ritter’s Diner on Baum Bloulevard-

A Pittsburgh Landmark just a block away from Shadyside Hospital

13 thoughts on “Wisdom and Love at Ritter’s Diner

  1. I haven’t been to Ritters in an age! This reminds me it is time to go again. Love taking the Orders and Wisdom at the Cash Register ….. very well planned!!! 🙂

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  2. I love diners, Ruth, and try to frequent them, not so much for the food — although it’s usually quite good — but just to help keep them in business. I like knowing that there are places where I can order waffles without having to say, “No whipped cream, please.”

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