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.
Photographers James & Karla Murray have launched a Kickstarter campaign to make their life-size disappearing storefront installation on the Lower East Side a reality.
Rising rents and shifting neighborhood dynamics are causing famous New York City restaurants to close their doors. Here are some that we will miss.
James and Karla Murray are bringing a wood-frame structure to Seward Park that will feature four nearly life-size images of lost Lower East Side businesses.
After nearly 70 years serving Chinatown and the Lower East Side, The Cup & Saucer is the latest iconic New York City diner to say goodbye this month due to high rents.
Check out our picks of the 8 best luncheonette diners in NYC, where good quality food is matched by a vintage atmosphere and equally good prices.