One order of loaded fries and a thick shake please Do you want that to go If these words sound all too familiar to you it s because they ve come to represent an intrinsic part of one of America s most enduring cultural symbols the diner A derivative of dining car diners go all the way back to 1870s Rhode Island where the first of its kind took shape when Walter Scott an entrepreneur repurposed a horse pulled wagon into a car that dished out simple food to late night workers From lunch wagon to nite owls the diner had many names before Patrick Tierney popularised the abbreviated term diner and Jerry Mahoney set up the first stationary diner of its kind in New Jersey in 1913 the state that today is famously referred to as the diner capital of the world housing a whopping 600 diners Join us every Friday night for our series as part of which we ll be breaking down what goes on behind the Formica counters and leather seating booths of the all American diner serving up generous helpings of diner favourites and some fun facts and trivia to go with Stay tuned

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"One order of loaded fries and a thick shake, please." ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿง‹
"Do you want that to go?"

If these words sound all-too-familiar to you, it's because they've come to represent an intrinsic part of one of America's most enduring cultural symbolsโ€”the diner.

A derivative of 'dining car', diners go all the way back to 1870s Rhode Island, where the first of its kind took shape, when Walter Scott, an entrepreneur, repurposed a horse-pulled wagon into a car that dished out simple food to late-night workers.

From 'lunch wagon' to 'nite owls', the diner had many names before Patrick Tierney popularised the abbreviated term 'diner' and Jerry Mahoney set up the first stationary diner of its kind in New Jersey in 1913โ€”the state that, today, is famously referred to as the diner capital of the world, housing a whopping 600 diners.

Join us every Friday night, for our #FridayNightDinerDinner series, as part of which we'll be breaking down what goes on behind the Formica counters and leather seating booths of the all-American diner, serving up generous helpings of diner favourites...and some fun facts and trivia to go with! Stay tuned.

#Diner #AmericanDiner #DinerFood #LoadedFries #FrenchFries #Milkshake #TheUnitedTastesOfAmerica #Food #Foodstagram #InstaFood #Foodies #FoodLover #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

"One order of loaded fries and a thick shake, please." ๐ŸŸ๐Ÿง‹ "Do you want that to go?" If these words sound all-too-familiar to you, it's because they've come to represent an intrinsic part of one of America's most enduring cultural symbolsโ€”the diner. A derivative of 'dining car', diners go all the way back to 1870s Rhode Island, where the first of its kind took shape, when Walter Scott, an entrepreneur, repurposed a horse-pulled wagon into a car that dished out simple food to late-night workers. From 'lunch wagon' to 'nite owls', the diner had many names before Patrick Tierney popularised the abbreviated term 'diner' and Jerry Mahoney set up the first stationary diner of its kind in New Jersey in 1913โ€”the state that, today, is famously referred to as the diner capital of the world, housing a whopping 600 diners. Join us every Friday night, for our #FridayNightDinerDinner series, as part of which we'll be breaking down what goes on behind the Formica counters and leather seating booths of the all-American diner, serving up generous helpings of diner favourites...and some fun facts and trivia to go with! Stay tuned. #Diner #AmericanDiner #DinerFood #LoadedFries #FrenchFries #Milkshake #TheUnitedTastesOfAmerica #Food #Foodstagram #InstaFood #Foodies #FoodLover #EatingForTheInsta #GoodFood #GoodFoodGoodMood

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