Massachusetts Diners (page 4)

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Mattapoisett Diner
Mattapoisett, MA
The Mattapoisett Diner is a Mountain View (#309) from 1950. It was previously located in East Providence, RI and Wareham, MA. When it was moved here, it was known as the Mattapoisett Diner. It became The Nest Diner in 1998. It became the South Coast Local Diner in 2010. In 2014, it was renamed the Mattapoisett Diner. For more, see this website. [map]

Miss Newport Diner (now Miss Mendon Diner)
Mendon, MA


The Miss Mendon Diner is a Worcester (#823) from 1950. It was originally located in Newport, VT where it was known as the Miss Newport Diner. The diner was sold in 2003 and moved to Salisbury, MA where it remained in storage until recently. In 2009, the diner was moved to Mendon and restored. It opened in 2010. The neon sign was purchased on eBay and reworked for the diner. In 2022, it was announced that the diner had been sold and will be moved to Rutland, VT. It was still in Mendon in 2023. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

Central Diner [gone]
Millbury, MA

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The Central Diner is a Worcester (#673) from 1930. It replaced a smaller Worcester from 1910. The diner was repainted around 2009. The diner closed in 2013. In 2014, it was moved to Aran Trading in Salisbury, MA where there are several other diners in storage. For more, see this website.

Casey's Diner
Natick, MA
Casey's Diner is a Worcester from 1922. It was originally located in Framingham, MA. In 1927, it was sold to Fred Casey and moved to Natick. It was moved again to its current location in 1977. This little 10-stool diner measures 10 feet by 20 1/2 feet and is one of the oldest, best-preserved diners in the country. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and features an all-oak interior. There is a take-out window on one side. [map]

Angelo's Orchid Diner
New Bedford, MA
My Tin Man Diner
Falmouth, MA
Angelo's Orchid Diner is an O'Mahony from 1953. [map]

The My Tin Man Diner is a Tierney from the 1920s. It was originally located in Middleboro, MA. It was moved here in the 1940s and was called the North Falmouth Diner. The diner had been closed for years before reopening in 2008 as the My Tin Man Diner. In 2011, it closed again. Since 2017, it has housed the Epic Oyster restaurant. For more, see this website. [map]

Bluebonnet Diner
Northampton, MA
The Bluebonnet Diner is a Worcester (#825) from 1950. I believe this is its original location. In 1960, a dining room was added. There were more additions in 1967: a lounge and banquet hall (the Florentine Room which seats 200). For more, see this website. [map]

Kathy's Diner
Northampton, MA
Kathy's Diner is a Worcester (#702) from 1932. This photo is from 2009. In 2013, the diner closed . It remained vacant until 2019 when it reopened as Familiars Coffee & Tea. For more, see this website. [map]

Chet's Diner
Northborough, MA
Chet's Diner is believed to have been built on-site in 1931 with equipment purchased from the Worcester Lunch Car Co. In 2003, the neon sign on the roof was restored. The sign was installed in 1931 and still has the original tin border. However, at some point, the original neon letters were replaced with neon channel letters. These photos are from 2010. Around 2011, the diner was repainted. The block letters on the diner are now script letters. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, and 3. [map]

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