Preserving Americana in New Jersey, the Diner Capital of the World

Steel siding, egg creams, cake display boxes, and neon signage—you can’t really talk about dining history in the U.S. without talking about the all-American diner. Which is why Middlesex County, New Jersey is hosting an exhibit recreating and diving deep into the legacy of the diner in New Jersey, the state with more diners—over 600—to its name than any other. We spoke with Mark Nonestied, division head of historic sites and history services at the Low House Museum (where the...

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