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New York Diners (page 6)

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Tilly's Diner
Monticello, NY
Tilly's Diner is an O'Mahony from 1940. This photo is from 2010. In 2008, this diner was painted pink. By 2015, the exterior had been covered with stucco and painted tan. For more, see this website. [map]

412 Diner
North Tonawanda, NY
The 412 Diner is an O'Mahony from the 1920s. It was previously known as the 412 Diner, the Homestyle Eatery, Guge's Diners and many other names. When this photo was taken in 2007, it had just reopened as the Coffee Crossing. In 2010, new owners changed the name back to the 412 Diner. By 2015, the name had been changed to the Soup Lady at the 412 Diner. For more, see this website. [map]

Morey's Diner
Oneida, NY
Morey's Diner is a rare Ward & Dickinson from the 1920s. It was originally known as the Miss Oneida and was located on Main Street. It was moved here in 1953. By 1989, the diner was in very bad shape. A new owner has been gradually restoring it ever since. Morey's reopened in 1996. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Harris Diner
Owego, NY
Rocco's Pizza
Patterson, NY
Despite the appearance of the Harris Diner, this is not a "true" diner. It was built on-site. [map]

Rocco's Pizza, aka Rocco's Family Restaurant, occupies a 1958 Silk City (#5804). It has gone by many names including: the Route 22 Diner, the Hot Jalapeno Diner, Fran's Diner, the Silver Star Diner, and the Birch Hill Diner. [map]

Center Diner
Peekskill, NY
The Center Diner is a National diner from 1939. It was known as the "Sunset Diner" in Little Lulu comics. For more, see this website. [map]

Penn Yan Diner
Penn Yan, NY
The Penn Yan Diner was built in 1925. It is the only Richardson diner known to exist. The glass block vestibule was added in the 1940s. For more, see this website. [map]

Phoenicia:
Phoenicia Diner: 1, 2

Plainview:
Plainview Diner: 1, 2

Port Henry Diner
Port Henry, NY
The Port Henry Diner is a Ward & Dickinson diner from 1927. The diner still features the wheels that were used to haul it here from the train station. These photos are from 2007. In 2008, the name was changed to Bev's Place and then Helen's Place. In 2012, the name was changed to Foote's Port Henry Diner. For more, see this website. [map]

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