Mike and Travis’s Mountain Shadows Restaurant

The Mountain Shadows Restaurant is a rare Master built diner. It was built c.1950, and has been owned by Mike and Travis since 1981. A picture of them, c.1981, graces the front of the vestibule.

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The diner has a brick kitchen addition and dining room addition. A roof has been added later on, which, though it doesn’t obscure any of the facade of the diner itself, drastically changes the look of the place.
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Blue transom windows. Old metal awnings.
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The owner of the diner.
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Inside, the diner is pretty original. The booths have been replaced and the counter re-done.
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Really nice stainless work by the menu board. I particularly like the blue flex-glas surrounds to the menus. These diners have a distinctive roofline.
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Replacement brown formica and brown tilework
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Open faced breaded Veal, mashed potatoes, applesauce, dinner roll and a pepsi.
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14954 Buchanon Tr E/Rte 16, Blue Ridge Summit, PA

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3 thoughts on “Mike and Travis’s Mountain Shadows Restaurant

  1. Under that gravy lies a breaded veal cutlet. Mighty tasty. And the whole thing- veal, mashed potatoes, applesauce, drink, came out to $5.50, I believe.

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