The Triangle Diner- a 1948 O’Mahony, where Patsy Cline once worked. We visited it, and took these pictures several years ago when it was Lynette’s Triangle Diner
As you can see from the postcards, it went through several neon signs and vestibules over the years, which changed the look of the diner considerably. Eventually it was covered with dark wood, though much of the stainless can still be seen. A great, working vertical diner neon sign and clock is still in the parking lot. The windows still read air conditioned. Inside, the diner is a time warp to sixty years ago.
The diner is currently for sale. The listing can be found here.
The diner and addition have 1290 square feet, the lot is 6875 square feet. The diner seats fifty people.
The current price for the diner and property is $459,000.
The Triangle Diner is found at:
27 West Gerrard Street, Winchester, VA.
Any idea if the diner has been purchased? I read on another website that this diner was set to be restored this year – I assume if it’s still for sale then there are no definite plans to restore it. What can you tell me about it?
last summer i was there it was fenced off with this website to refer to
i was told he tore down adjacent house to expand
i hope to pass by 11/2009
i’m planning a trip SOUTH WV to FL
anything NEW those areas??
send to my email above.
I remember stoping their after school when I was very young
with my Friends,We would play the Juke Box “TheRolling Stones, can’t get no sadisfaction. That was some good times
for all of us. I’m so glad to see they are Restoring the Diner
instead of taking it down like they have done so many other places in Winchester.Thanks to Mike the new owner we will have a place from our past to return to and be able to remember “THE GOOD OLE DAYS “
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