Name: Lee's Diner
Good looking, well-preserved structure. Side wall made into front wall extension in the 1980s. Located on the Lincoln Highway.
New ownership early 2010. Now serving Chinese food.
Name: Elmwood Diner
Reopened, April 2014, with new ownership that removed the original booths in a doltish attempt to make a 1940s diner look doo-wop.
Former Liberty Elm Diner. Closed in January, 2013, foreclosed and sold at auction for $90,000 in May, 2013. ...
|Route 9 Diner|
Name: Route 9 Diner
Installed as flagship diner of planned chain of Sit Down Diners, and second in the operation after purchase of existing diner in Danbury, Connecticut. Stunning retro design and generally popular, but it closed in early 2003. Reopened as Route 9 Diner i ...
We spoke with Barbara this past week, who reports a brisk business. “We’re doing more busines per day than we did at the first Tin Man,” Barbara claimed, referring to her diner that burned down in December of 2000. “We’re doing close to $750 a day!”
Barbara also reports she’s extremely happy to be back in the business after an eight-year forced hiatus, but she expresses some frustration at the diner’s small kitchen. “We have to tell people that our grill is no bigger than their table. You put four orders on it, and it’s full.”
Find the new Tin Man at Old Main and Country Roads in North Falmouth. She’s open from 7 A.M. to 2 P.M. daily.