Horrifically lou-roc'd exterior.
Originally located in Mattoon, Illinois but seized by the US Marshall's office in 2000 when they determined that owners bought it with illegal gains from a financial scam.
Reader Update from Linda and Terry Mills:
This diner had been the Bellevue and then the Trojan followed by the Garden Family Restaurant. The owner took it upon himself to remodel the diner. He did the work himself.
Listed with the Kansas Historical Museum site. See: http://www.kshs.org/p/valentine-diners-arizona/10492
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally known as the New Bay Diner. Last diner in Springfield and second to last built by Mountain View. Known for large portions, excellent home fries, and low prices. Breakfast a ...
At the Oklahoma Route 66 Museum, .
History: The diner opened in 1956 as the Porter House Cafe in Shamrock, Texas. The owners, M.L. and Alta Porter, ran it until 1964. The Oklahoma Route 66 Museum acquired it in 2002, restored it, and placed it ...
Former Village 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 ...