Art Deco: The 11th Street Diner in Miami Beach, Florida.
This classic, American, Streamline Moderne structure was built in 1948 by the Paramount Dining Car Company in Paterson, New Jersey, and it served traditional American food in provincial Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, for 44 years — until 1992, when three young entrepreneurs moved the stainless steel and glass brick structure to neon-drenched South Beach and reopened it there with great success as the 11th Street Diner.Add to Lightbox Download
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