Diners - Delaware
Here are links to some notable diners (past and present) found along Route 40. Click here to learn how I define the word diner. Click here for the other guidelines I use for including businesses on this site. Enjoy!
|Brandywine Diner (site) (Wilmington, DE)|
"Manufacturer: Mountain View #368 (1954)
Has been purchased and is undergoing a major renovation. See the Diversified Diners web site for more informa......"
|Ideal Diner (closed) (Wilmington, DE)|
"Manufacturer: O'Mahoney (1928)
This diner was formerly located in Chester, Pennsylvania. The diner structrure was once a real estate office. It is no......"
|William Penn Diner (New Castle, DE)|
"Was in business in the 1940's.
The airplane is a reference to its location next to the county airport. I'm not sure whr this unusual diner was locat......"
|Dempsey's Diner (site) (Dutch Diner) (New Castle, DE)|
"Manufacturer: Kullman (1950's)
The site is now a gas station.
Everyone's favorite Vice President and perennial cheapskate, Dan Quayle, made news at ......"
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Last updated: 2009-09-08 04:28:09
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