New York Diners (page 2)

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Lake Effect Diner
Buffalo, NY
The Lake Effect Diner is a Mountain View from 1955. In 2002, it was brought here from Wayne, PA and restored. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Buffalo Art Room [gone]
Buffalo, NY
The Buffalo Art Room was housed in a Master diner from 1952 when this photo was taken in 2010. It was previously known as the Rainbow Diner. The interior had been gutted and the building was used for art classes for children and adults. By 2018, the diner was gone. I don't know if it was demolished or moved.

former McBride's Newark Diner
Newark, NY (now Buffalo, NY)
McBride's Newark Diner is a Sterling from 1937. These photos are from 2010. In 2013, the diner closed and was moved to Cleveland, OH where it was restored by Steve Harwin of Diversified Diners. In 2017, the diner was installed in Buffalo, NY and reopened as the Swan Street Diner. [map]

Dick & Bert's Hometown Diner
Canastota, NY
Dick & Bert's Hometown Diner is a Silk City from 1958. It was previously known as the Canastota Dinerant and, after that, Anne Marie's Family Diner. Originally, it was located in North Syracuse where it was known as the Pelican Diner. In recent years, it housed the Raider Grill & Griddle. That business closed in 2017. In 2022, it reopened as Prevo's Diner. For more, see this website.

Dan's Diner
Chatham, NY
Dan's Diner is a 1925 O'Mahony. It was previously located in Durham, CT where it was known as Moe's Diner and later as the Durham Diner. It was moved here in 1993. After many years of restoration, it opened in 2008. It closed just a few months later but reopened in 2010. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

Colonie Diner
Colonie, NY
The Colonie Diner is a Fodero from around 1962. These photos are from 2010. By 2015, the diner's exterior had been significantly remodeled. [map]

Gracie Rachel's Diner
Cortland, NY
Gracie Rachel's Diner is a Kullman from 1963. It was previously known as the Midway II Diner. It has been closed for many years. [map]

Martindale Chief Diner
Craryville, NY
The Martindale Chief Diner is a Silk City (#5087) from 1958. This diner was originally known as the Martindale Chief and was owned by the Bert Coons who operated the Taghkanic Chief (see above). He had a total of five diners in the area. Three of them had signs like these. The neon was removed from Martindale Chief sign long ago. In 2011, the top part of the sign was restored with vinyl sheeting. For more, see this website. [map]

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