Lee's Diner

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Lee's Diner is a stainless steel diner on U.S. Route 30 in West York,[1] York County in Pennsylvania.[2] It was famous for its pies which were for many years baked by Theresa Redding.[3] It serves Pennsylvania Dutch food and has cruise nights .[4]

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.[5][6]

The diner is eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.[7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wallis, Michael (2007). The Lincoln Highway. New York: W.W. Norton & Company. p. 60. ISBN 0-393-05938-3" Diner photos" 
  2. ^ Neal Goulet (Nov 10, 1998), A silver server coming to town, York Daily Record 
  3. ^ Mike Argento (Nov 28, 1996), The heart and soul of York County, York Daily Record 
  4. ^ Brian A. Butko, Kevin Joseph Patrick, Diners of Pennsylvania 
  5. ^ Brian Butko, The Lincoln Highway 
  6. ^ Butko, Brian (2002). The Lincoln Highway:Pennsylvania Traveler's Guide. Mechanicsburg: Stackpole Books. p. 142. ISBN 0-8117-2497-2. 
  7. ^ The Pennsylvania Bulletin 30 Pa.B. 2687 

Coordinates: 39°55′49″N 76°48′57″W / 39.930159°N 76.815767°W / 39.930159; -76.815767