Renovated. No food, but free standing.
Former Remember When Diner. Former Rockin Diner.
Regrettably renovated c2009. The only Paramount Diner in Northern New England. Space-age with Colonial elements. Sold in late 2003 after nearly 30 years owned by the Rigopolous family. American food with Greek specialties. Full menu.
Diner with a lot of character despite the considerably renovated interior that removed the back bar. Retains glass counters. Great Main Street location. American food with daily specials and homemade desserts in a full menu.
Rare streamliner, partially restored in mid-1990s. Now part of a larger restaurant focusing on Tex-Mex cuisine. In this context, diner is something of an afterthought. Originally Fracher's Diner. Full menu.
Originally the Mayfair Diner, installed in Elmira, New York in 1940. Moved to Binghamton, New York becoming the Village Chef Diner. Moved in 2002 to Bow when purchased by the Common Man restaurant chain. In storage.
Former Pat & Bob's Diner and located on Route 20 in East Greenbush, New York. Moved to current location in 1992 and restored. Popular breakfast and lunch spot.
Facade of this quaint diner was covered over and the interior has been painted, but it retains a warm Worcester atmosphere. Short breakfast and lunch only hours. Even shorter on weekends. Basic diner fare. Homemade soups.
"The Armory Grill was a Valentine diner, which opened in August of 1950. In 1956, it was enlarged with an addition in 1956. It was owned by Arthur Fekas, who had originally planned on opening two more locations (possibly more Valentines?), but those did n ...