Photographer Riley Arthur has been documenting all of NYC's diners, one by one, for the last two and a half years. So far, she has photographed 250 diners.
NYC v. Paris: A "Bedford Diner" on the rue de Champ de Mars in Paris and Diner in Williamsburg go head to head.
Get a glimpse of what iconic NYC vintage diners looked like in the 1990s from photographer Grégoire Alessandrini and the quest to save the diners.
Michael Perlman is one of those New Yorkers who has taken his fascination for urban quirks and history towards a greater mission--in his case, preservation.
Untapped New York took a trip to the Empire Diner, a month after it closed. Brooklyn-based writer Amanda Chatel and our photographer for this post reports that it looked "sad and desolate. The boarded up windows made it feel cold and lonely. The liveliness and energy was gone."