Broadway Diner, Baraboo, Wisconsin
Gilmore Auto Museum, Michigan
Betsy & Mike's Diner, New Hampshire
Tin Goose Diner, Port Clinton, Ohio
Pumpjack Diner, Texas
Nancy's Main Street Diner, Grafton, Ohio
Hometown Diner, Ottawa, Ohio

Broadway Diner, Baraboo, Wisconsin

Gilmore Auto Museum, Michigan

Betsy & Mike's Diner, New Hampshire

Tin Goose Diner, Port Clinton, Ohio

Pumpjack Diner, Texas

Nancy's Main Street Diner, Grafton, Ohio

Hometown Diner, Ottawa, Ohio

Welcome to Diversified Diners

Diversified Diners is the only company in the WORLD that specializes in the restoration and preservation of authentic diners. We have a NUMBER of diners for sale in stock as specialty parts related to historic diners.

We also provide assistance in rigging, transporting, evaluating and restoration procedures for historic diners.

To see our work featured on the History channel visit the History channel website for the "Back to the Blue print" show and check for the episode on Diners. To see us on the Food Network's show with Al Roker then visit the Food Network website and check for his special on Diner Destinations.

Featured Diner for Sale

  • Short Stop Diner

    Short Stop Diner

    The Short Stop Diner is originally from Belleville, New Jersey. Just after World War II, several diner companies offered a "dinette" style to appeal to returning G.I.'s as a low-cost, easy-entry into the diner business as an alternative to their much larger 60-plus-seat diners. Many of these units were bought as outlets for regional chains of White-Tower-like burger restaurants, sporting names like White Crystal, Red Tower, White Manna, and others. At the time Diversified Diners purchased this Short Stop, another still operated not far away. Sadly, that unit became a Dunkin Donuts franchise. We think this unit is perfect for the same reasons that Paramount Diners designed and built it in the first place: As a low-overhead, easy-to-install, maximum-efficiency, short order restaurant specializing in burgers, hot dogs, and soft drinks. Done right, the operator can have a hit in the real sweet spot of diner operation. This unique 1949 Paramount Dinette is as attractive as it is rare. Designed with limited seating within the 12 foot by 27 foot frame it has great style and design. It was removed from it's original site in Belleville NJ and awaits a qualified owner.
  • Conowingo Diner

    Conowingo Diner

    This 1946 Silk City Diner, originally from Conowingo, Maryland, (serial number 4657 ) measures approximately 15 foot wide by 40 foot long. It was designed to seat 32 along the front windows at 8 tables and another 16 along the counter. Two of the counter stools were removed and the counter was modified. Properly restored, the Conowingo can look just like this!We are renovating this diner as the many other Silk City Diners we have done (seen photos). A roof tear down was done to the original base with inspection and replacement of the wood substrate and installation of a new 20 year roof membrane. The curved lower roof galvanized panels were sanded to bare metal and coated with a silver roof coating. The frame was inspected and sanded to metal before a new coat of primer and top coat were applied. All new insulated windows were installed to increase the thermal efficiency of the diner. This diner currently awaits a buyers input as to floor plan, color schemes etc. Some seating layout changes could be made to allow for additional seating (up to 52 seats). Of course, we could also supply exact materials to expand the diner into an annex for much greater seating if desired. Read More
  • Smyrna Diner

    Smyrna Diner

    The Smyrna Diner is for sale. Great, space-age Paramount diner. 
  • Venus Diner, 1955 Fodero

    Venus Diner, 1955 Fodero

    This historic Diner has the classic lines of the late 1950's, incorporating fluted mullions with a built in awning and recessed lights. This beautiful 55 foot long Diner seats a very generous 78 including a few booths for two as well as some more spacious corner booths which could accommodate 6 or more. It was in operation until early 2007 and was a well known and popular landmark diner in Gibsonia, Pa. It was known as the Venus Diner since it's inception in 1958. We have been reviewing the restoration needs of this diner and while appearing very presentable it will need, as seems almost always the case, a fairly extensive restoration. It sits on blocks at our facility and we hope to get started on the restoration in the summer of 2008.
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