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New York Diners (page 4)

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Johnny B's Glenmont Diner
Glenmont, NY
Johnny B's Glenmont Diner is a Silk City (#5661) from the 1960s. It was originally known as the Bassett Diner. There was previously another diner at this site known as the Miss Glenmont Diner. It was destroyed by a fire and replaced with this one. It was known as Uncle Milty's before becoming Johnny B's Glenmont Diner in 2004. [map]

Greenwood Lake, NY:
Ashley's Pizzeria & Cafe

Trattoria Vivolo
Harrison, NY
Trattoria Vivolo is a 1950s DeRaffele that was adapted in 2001 for use as an Italian restaurant. There is an addition in back which expands the restaurant. It was previously known as the Silver Spoon Cafe. The interior photo was shot through the blinds when the restaurant was closed. [map]

Crazy Otto's Empire Diner
Herkimer, NY
Crazy Otto's Empire Diner is a Mountain View from 1952. [map]

Hudson, NY:
Grazin' Diner

Culinary Institute of America
Hyde Park, NY
The Culinary Institute of America has a 1950s Mountain View diner that was originally installed in New Jersey. The Institute initially used this diner for training in "Coffee Shop Operations". However, the interior has now been gutted and the diner serves as their security office.

Red Robin Diner
Johnson City, NY
The Red Robin Diner is a Mountain View (#281) from 1952. It was originally located in Binghamton, NY and moved here in 1959. It has always been called the Red Robin and the sign was part of the original design. For more, see this website. [map]

Kingston, NY:
Third Rail Diner

Prospect Mt. Diner [gone]
Lake George, NY
The Prospect Mt. Diner was a Silk City (#5093) from 1950. It was originally known as the "Point Diner". In 2007, this diner was destroyed by fire and bulldozed. The owners have replaced it with a new Dinermite diner. [map]

Munson Diner
2003 in New York, NY:
during installation in Liberty, NY in 2007:
2010:
The Munson Diner is a Kullman from 1945. At one time, there were five or six Munson Diners in New York City, owned by the same family. In 2004, the property on which the diner stood was sold and the diner was threatened with demolition. In 2005, a buyer was found and the diner was moved to Liberty. Various owners have struggled to keep the diner open. These photos are from 2010 just before it closed. In 2012, the diner reopened as Stu's Lake Street Diner. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

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