The first diner built by Phil DeRaffele after taking over the company from his father.
Heavily renovated, retaining only its original proportions, but still features good diner-type food. Popular place.
Moved from location, March, 2014. On the move as this is written.
Large, poorly maintained diner. Classic iconic diner styling. Closed in 2007.
Formerly the Newark Diner and then Jude's Diner.
Remodeled by Cheeburger franchisee with boundless stupidity who didn't think an authentic 1950s O'Mahony Diner was quite 50's enough for his liking. Good cheeseburgers, though.
Originally known as Woody's Diner. Delaware's best-preserved diner features an unusual configuration (for a Silk City). Counter stretches only about three quarter length of the diner which accommodates four 6-person booths on the right end....
Three-sectioned diner. Significantly remodeled again in 2013. Last vestige of the origina counter was removed and the floor was covered with 8-inch tile. Cleaner but less original.
Specializes in seafood dinners. One of a chain of 8 ...