Skee's Diner, in Torrington, Connecticut, is a barrel-roofed diner, that was located at Main and Elm. It has operated as Jude's Place and by other names.
By its design, it is estimated to have been manufactured around 1920 by the Jerry O'Mahony Diner Company of Elizabeth, New Jersey, and was originally located in Old Saybrook It was moved into place in Torrington in 1944, escaping a war-time moratorium on new construction. It is believed to be the oldest O'Mahony diner in the state. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2002.
On April 2013, the structure was moved from its Main Street location by the owner, The Torrington Historical Preservation, and will be restored and reopened in a different location to be determined.