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Sometimes a part of the work day when traveling New England for my travel business, Visiting New England.com, I often sit alone at a diner reading the local newspaper.
That isolationist presence -- contrasting with the community feel of a diner -- changes in a hurry, though.
Many diner purists will only go to the traditional, authentic dining car diners that have roots going back to the early 20th century, although the blueprint for a diner was a horse-drawn wagon created in Providence, Rhode Island, by Walter Scott in 1872.
Charles Palmer received the first patent (1891) for the diner building "fancy night cafes" and "night lunch wagons" in the Worcester, Massachusetts, area until 1901.
It’s always a wonderful scene seeing America go out to breakfast and supporting a small business right at the start of the day.
I’d imagine it gives diner owners hope about their modest, humble businesses with customers providing a second ray of sunshine to complement the rising of the early morning sun.
Not all diners possess all of those elements, but the ones included in this book make the grade by carrying on the wonderful, traditional no-frills diner spirit and hearty meals that made these places great in the first place.
You see, there’s really nothing like eating at a good old-fashioned diner when traveling the small towns, back roads and big cities in New England.
The experience, quite simply, brings a wonderful slice of American tradition to the senses -- and taste buds -- that can only be fully realized by frequenting these local treasures.
Jump to: Best Diners in Connecticut Best Diners in Maine Best Diners in Massachusetts Best Diners in New Hampshire Best Diners in Rhode Island Best Diners in Vermont Newest Diner Posts: Yankee Diner, Charlton, Mass. Introduction The neon moon eventually gave way to a muted stainless steel sky color and then bright sunshine where America the Beautiful woke up in all its spirited glory to start another day at a local diner that, given its 24/7 business hours, never stopped working.
Or, start right here over a cup of coffee and read them all...