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Massachusetts Diners (page 1)

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Miss Adams Diner
Adams, MA
The Miss Adams Diner is a 1949 Worcester (#821). By the mid-1980s, the porcelain panels had been replaced with faux stonework. In recent years, the diner has had multiple owners, different names, and much interior redecorating. In 2010, it was known again as the Miss Adams Diner. These photos are from 2011. In 2013, it reopened as Izzy's Diner & Pizza. For more, see this website. [map]

Breakfast Club
Allston, MA
Tex Barry's Coney Island Diner
Attleboro, MA
The Breakfast Club is a Worcester from 1954. This diner was originally known as Fahey's Diner. Later, it was known as Ted's Diner and Henry's Diner. It was renovated in 2002. This photo is from 2009. In 2011, an addition was built. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Buried under all that wood, Tex Barry's Coney Island Diner is a Worcester (#542) from 1926. This was originally the Country Diner. Tex Barry's focuses on hot dogs and grilled sandwiches. [map]

South Street Diner
Boston, MA
The South Street Diner was built on-site in 1947, replacing a former "real" diner. The building is faced with dark blue vitrolite and stainless steel. It was known as the Blue Diner from 1986-1992. In 1994, it was the Boston Diner. It has been the South Street Diner since 1997. [third photo thanks Christian Lemonchois] [map]

Pig 'N Whistle Diner
Brighton, MA
The Pig 'N Whistle Diner is a Mountain View from 1952. It has been closed since 2002. [map]

Brighton, MA:
Red Line Diner

Yankee Diner
Charlton, MA
The Yankee Diner is a 1939 Worcester (#735). It was originally installed in Leominster, MA. The diner was moved here in 1969. For more, see this website. [map]

Al's Diner
Chicopee, MA
Al's Diner is a Master diner from the late 1950s (conflicting sources say 1957, 1958 and 1959). It features classic stainless steel construction, a formica interior and this great sign. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. [map]

Lou's Diner
Clinton, MA
Lou's Diner is a 1936 Worcester. It was remodeled by Worcester in the 1950s. [map]

Portside Diner
Danvers, MA
The Portside Diner is a Worcester from 1948. It was previously located in Gloucester, MA where it was known as the Cape Ann Grill. It was moved here in 1959. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Shawmut Diner
New Bedford, MA (now North Dartmouth, MA)
The Shawmut Diner is an O'Mahony from 1953. The name "Shawmut" was derived from a Native American word for this region. This diner is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The photos above are from 2006. In 2013, the property was sold and there were plans to build a Cumberland Farms on the property. In 2014, the diner was moved to the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth, MA. The diner will be used to train inmates for jobs in the restaurant business. For more, see this website.

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