Mickey’s Diner is located in St. Paul, MN is the first diner listed in the National Register of Historic Places (1983). It is one of the first diners to be built in the Art Deco style. Manufactured in New Jersey, shipped to and assembled in St. Paul, the diner has been owned and operated by the same family since 1939. Read more of the history here.
Mr. Stilts jumping into a photo with Mickey’s Dining Car.
The interior of Mickey’s Diner.
Dinner time! Or breakfast if you’re so inclined.
The juke boxes do not work, but it adds to the original ambiance.
If you’re in St. Paul, swing by, 24 hours a day/365 days a year!
The Miss Bellows Falls Diner located on Rockingham Street in Bellows Falls, Vermont. The interior is a step back in time and the food is excellent!
The Miss Bellows Falls Diner is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, significant as, ”the only completely intact example in Vermont of the barrel-roofed Worcester Diner produced by the Worcester Lunch Car Company, a leading manufacturer during the first half of the twentieth century.” Read the National Register nomination here. (And by the way, I recommend the chili.)
Chelsea Royal Diner on Route 9 in Brattleboro, VT: where many of the flamingo girls stopped for a meal. Vinny and I enjoyed ice cream at the attached ice cream stand. Recommended!
Classic roadside sign, but we didn’t see it at night so I don’t know if the neon still functions. Anyone?