The American Diner
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The American Diner

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The rise of the American diner is the most savory of phenomenons, where classic architecture, a friendly face behind the counter, and some mean pie all combined to make these little roadside stops a treasured part of history. From the early days when Walter Scott brought his horse-drawn lunch wagons through the streets to the heyday of mass-produced chrome and neon diners...more
Paperback, 160 pages
Published March 10th 2006 by MBI (first published April 1st 1999)
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Leonard Pierce
Unlike Diner, this actually is a collection of (often breathtaking) photographs of classic roadside diners, and a mighty fine one at that.
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