The diner has always been the weather vane of America.
From Rockwell paintings with impossibly perfect smiles and bold colors to the dark, bitter images of segregated lunch counters and the sit ins of Greensboro, Nashville and Alabama. From movements to movies, diners have epitomized both the heritage and the future of the US.
The diner is more than the heart of America, in some ways it is the soul. The place where the good and the bad are fomented and come to life.
It’s where a generation of single women found employment, where immigrants could work as peers with 5th generation locals, where broken hearts are comforted and promises are made.
It’s more than a restaurant.
A corner stool in a diner is a front row view of American life.
SILVER LINING DINER is brought to you by the Bay Kitchen Bar Team. Look for Chef Eric Miller’s upscale diner cuisine with a gorgeous new look.