Remembering Market Diner, a Manhattan Institution

There is less than a week left to stop by Manhattan’s Market Diner. The iconic restaurant, which has been a fixture of its neighborhood since opening in 1962, will be closing down to make way for a new luxury mixed-used building on the property it now occupies. Market Diner was a notable example of midcentury Googie architecture, and was still a bustling business when it was purchased for redevelopment by the Moinion Group.Vanishing New York has a bittersweet blog post remembering this classic diner and mourning the passing of neighborhood businesses in New York.

Read the full article here: Last Days of Market Diner

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