Moved to Utah, July 2007. Rare pre-war O'Mahony in very original, though weathered condition. Formerly known as Tommy's Diner. Originally the second Al Mac's Diner and located in Fall River until its replacement by newer DeRaffele in 1952.
In excellent condition. Hard to find.
Drive-in with a few indoor booths and outdoor seating. Locally famous for thier hot dogs topped with "coney sauce." On US Highway 99E south of Portland.
Half of the counter was removed in the late 1980s. Good basic American food.
Reopened in 2010.
Originally located in Waterville, Maine, moved to current location in 1971. Extensively renovated, but retains basic structural outlines. Basic grilled diner fare. Breakfast and lunch only. Formerly the Wirebridge Diner.
Diner ruined in the early 2000s.
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Update: Rodd's (and one sign indicates "Erika's") has been closed for awhile, and the latest sign on the building offers to demolish the diner for any new tenant.
Severely remodeled, stuccoed, mansarded, and except for basic structural outlines ...