Georgia Diners

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Cars R Us
Columbus, GA
This Cars R Us used car lot office occupies an O'Mahony diner from 1938. It was originally installed in New York. Sometime after 1987, it was moved here to Columbus, GA where it was known as Gabby's Diner. It became a Mexican restaurant around 2000. Cars R Us has occupied the diner since around 2004. [map]

Streamliner Diner
Savannah, GA
The Streamliner Diner is a Worcester (#751) from 1938. It was originally located in Hanover, NH and was moved to Newport, NH in 1957. In 1990, the diner was purchased and restored by the Savannah College of Art and Design. The Streamliner has the original mauve marble countertops, stained glass, tile floors, and mahogany booths. From 2015-2020, the diner housed the Sandfly BBQ. These photos are from 2021. In 2023, it was announced that the diner would reopen as the Strangebird. The top part of the pole sign was adapted. The diner's panels were repainted with the same text. The diner's interior was preserved. I believe it is still owned by SCAD. [map]

Bobbie's Diner
Savannah, GA
Bobbie's Diner was also restored. It is owned and operated by the Savannah College of Art and Design as part of their food service program. In 2017, it became the Fork and Dagger at Bobbie's. The text at the bottom of the sign was added. This 1954 Mountain View diner was originally located in Rome, NY. [map]

Downtown Diner
Valdosta, GA
2010: 2021:
The Downtown Diner is a Valentine diner from the 1960s. By 2016, the diner was housing Sebastian Grill & Wings. The building was vacant in 2023. For more, see this website. [map]

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