But as a rule, diners were always symbols of American optimism. made his 1958 painting, , generically American by placing his subjects, a young boy and a protective highway patrolman, at the counter of an anonymous diner. In television and cinema (e.g. , , and ), diners and have come to symbolize the period of prosperity and optimism in America in the 1950s. They are shown as the place where meet after school and as an essential part of a . The television show used a diner as the setting for the program, and one is often a regular feature in such as . The diner's cultural influence continues today. Many non-prefab restaurants (including franchises like ) have copied the look of 1950s diners for appeal, while uses an interior layout derived from the diner.
Featuring all the classic staples of a 50s style diner, we strive to deliver great food at great prices in a unique and fun setting. Stop in for coffee and an omelet to start your day or treat yourself to a classic burger, all in our classic setting.
Hamburgers, fries and a shake, served up by a waitress in a poodle skirt and ponytail couldn't be more '50s. Play some hound-dog music in the background while your customers sit on red vinyl stools at the counter or snuggle up in a back booth. While a '50s diner is a trip back in time for the patrons, owners must take care of all the details in the present.
The only original 50s American diner in the United Kingdom built in 1950 in New jersey USAWatch us at work!we always have a warm welcome and great tunes playingclosed mon,tues,wed,thursfriday 5pm-9 pmsaturday 12 noon - 9 pmsunday 12 noon - 7pmwe hope you enjoy us!