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American Diner Revival is bringing back the diner, one town at a time. Chef Amanda Freitag and home improvement expert Ty Pennington are joining forces to resurrect the local diner, turning establishments from rundown to charming. Find out where they're headed to next.
Jack's Cafe in Westwood, N.J. is a classic 1940s boxcar diner that's missing out on New York City commuter business because of its bland and boring food.
The Greeks diner of Kearny, N.J. is in danger of closing its doors because of its overindulgent greasy spoon fare.
Johny's Luncheonette is a hole in the wall facing high-end competition in Manhattan; renovation expert Ty Pennington and chef Amanda Freitag strive to turn the luncheonette into a ``foodie'' destination with an old-school look and new-school flavor.
After Hurricane Katrina pounded the Big Easy, Slim Goodies Diner was the first to open its doors to a city in crisis, but ten years later, they are having a hard time keeping up.
In New Orleans, Anita's Grill has lost a lot of its business to other sports bars that have opened up nearby.
Linda Kay's Diner in Scranton is in disarray and debt, and owner Linda has put off marrying the love of her life, James.
A family diner in Clarks Summit, Pa., advertises bakery foods, but can't deliver the goods when Amanda and Ty show up to give the place a much-needed makeover.
Times have been tough at El Cabanal in Jersey City, as any of the funds the family has go to treating their mother's cancer diagnosis.
The SNS Diner, a Las Vegas truck stop that doubles as a car wash and diner, undergoes a renovation that embraces the trucker lifestyle.
Vickie's Diner in Las Vegas was once a state-of-the-art diner but is now rundown with no defining design or dining.
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