It was a rare treat to have the entire Retro Roadfam with us on a sunny Saturday morning, so I knew that there would be nothing finer than eating in a diner – Joe’s Diner in Taunton, MA to be exact. According to the trusted diner resource Diner Hotline this vintage 1940 Sterling Diner started
Gilley’s Lunch Car Diner Portsmouth New Hampshire – Retro Roadmap Map’s First NH Entry – And The Tiniest!
There are scant few factory built diners in Delaware, and even fewer that haven’t been completely “remuddled”, so I wasn’t expecting much would be left of the original diner incorporated into Doyles Restaurant on Route 113 in Selbyville DE. I am happy to report that the partially hidden Silk City diner is very much in
It’s a chilly weekend here in Delaware, making Mod Betty want to stay inside where it’s not so blustery, instead of heading out doing some Retro Roadmap discoverin’. Luckily I’ve got some vintage Delaware places and spaces tucked away in my archives, just ready for sharing, like this “Before and After” shot of the Bridgeville
Before we hit the road I wanted to make sure everyone knew that there is a a slide presentation coming up by Retro Roadpal Larry Cultrera, featuring images and information from his book Classic Diners of Massachusetts: The event will take place at the Dedham Historical Society on November 15, 2012 at 7:30pm in Dedham Massachusetts
The Culinary Arts Museum (Part of Johnson & Wales University) in Providence RI is a must stop for any diner lover, but especially now with an exhibit of diner photos from famed photographer Robert O. Williams. Opening on November 15 and on view through June 2013 “Hometown Diners” is a collection of photographs by award-winning