Lee's Diner is a stainless steel diner on U.S. Route 30 in West York, York County in Pennsylvania. It was famous for its pies which were for many years baked by Theresa Redding. It serves Pennsylvania Dutch food and has cruise nights .
The diner was founded in 1951 by Elmer and Grace Paxton for their son Lee who was returning from military service. They bought a Mountain View prefabricated stainless steel diner (serial # 301) which was fitted to their house, which contains the kitchen.
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- The Pennsylvania Bulletin 30 Pa.B. 2687