Permanent metal awning and supports have been added to the front of the diner, partially obscuring the roofline.
Reflection of the neon. I’m guessing when the diner was new it had horizontal bands of stainless and flexglas. It appears to have been replaced, or at the least, covered over, with vertical mustard colored metal bits. I don’t feel it detracts terribly from the design, however, evoking the fluted enamel facades of earlier diners.
Side and corner
“Mel’s” sign covering the original “Lincoln”
That means you.
With the exception of updated backbar equipment, the interior is still very original.
New stool tops?
In our line we lead the world
What a terrible haircut.