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Maryland Diners

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New Ideal Diner
Aberdeen, MD
The New Ideal Diner is an O'Mahony (#2206) from 1952. This 100-seat diner was delivered to this site in four sections. This diner has been closed since 2011. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Hollywood Diner
Baltimore, MD

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The Hollywood Diner is a Mountain View (#326) from 1954. It was originally located in Westbury, NY and remained there until the early 1980s. It has moved around Baltimore a few times since then. It has been used as a movie location a few times (hence the name). In 2009, the ownership and name changed to "Crema Coffee Co. at the Hollywood Diner". In 2011, the Red Springs Cafe became the diner's new occupant. In 2012, the diner changed hands again and was now known as Thomasino's Pizza Subs & Pasta. That business left in 2014. Since 2015, the diner is used as dining space in conjunction with food trucks which park on the same lot. For more, see this website. [map]

Happy Day Diner
Baltimore, MD
The Happy Day Diner is a DeRaffele from 1959. It was previously known as the Double T Diner. As of 2015, I'm told that there's now a used car dealership on this lot. I don't know if the diner is still there. For more, see this website. [map]

Bethesda, MD:
Tastee Diner: 1, 2 [map]

Frank's Diner
Jessup, MD
Frank's Diner is a Kullman Princess from 1959. This diner was originally the Olympia Diner and located in Carneys Point, NJ. It was moved here in 1996. [map]

Tastee Diner
Laurel, MD
The Tastee Diner is a Comac diner from 1951. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Silver Spring, MD:
Island Hut

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