LEASE: $4,130/mo (includes NNN) YRS. Located in the heart of historic downtown Plymouth, this turn-key nostalgic 50’s style diner is in a prime location to attract both local residents and tourists alike! This Worcester restaurant has been around for decades providing quality food and service. Brand new walk in reefer-freezer and newer kitchen equipment.Large, easy to work kitchen. The Worcester Lunch Car Company was started in 1906 by Philip Duprey and Irving Stoddard. Currently, open six days a week 6-2. Worcester, MA. Call Chuck to tour this gem...978-317-2943 OR cwrollins01@gmail.com. HOURS OF OPERATION: 6am - 4 pm; 6 am - 7 pm weekends This icon is extremely busy April-September...mostly cash. Great opportunity to own a piece of history. All told, the Worcester Lunch Car Company created 651 diners until they shut down in 1957. This Worcester restaurant has been around for decades providing quality food and service. Beautiful and Turn Key! COMMENTS: This landmark classic hwy ice cream stop has been here for 53 yrs. Act quickly... .this won't last at this price. State is sometimes kept confidential for business listings. They were recognizable by the barrel-shaped roof and inside the dining room was generally separated from the food preparation area by way of a lunch counter. As their popularity grew some wagons started to add seating and the next generation of classic diners was born. BizQuest has more Diner in Worcester, MA for sale listings than any other source. Perfect for a husband/wife team. Sixty seats with a mix of counter and booth seating. As their popularity grew some wagons started to add seating and the next generation of classic diners was born. Whether you are looking to buy a Diner in Worcester, MA for sale or sell your Diner in Worcester, MA, BizQuest is the Internet's leading Diner in Worcester, MA for sale marketplace. County is sometimes kept confidential for business listings, Featured Worcester County Business Brokers. Make an offer. The original diners were wagons pulled by horses through city streets, serving late-shift workers in working class areas. Located in a busy retail and restaurant area with excellent access and parking. The WLCC stopped all production in 1957. Located in a busy retail and restaurant area with excellent access and parking. A 1921 edition of The World’s Work named Buckley the original ‘lunch wagon king,’ deeming him “a scarcely appreciated genius who built the first really noteworthy wagon.”. Great time to get in and operate this landmark diner. From 1906 to 1957 the WLCC manufactured over 600 diners. While Plymouth celebrates its 400th year, don’t miss this exciting opportunity to make your mark in America’s hometown! Owner just began offering breakfast, quickly building a loyal breakfast crowd. ©2020 Gunther Toody's All right reserved. Currently, open six days a week 6-2. We are within walking distance to the many attractions Plymouth has to offer, including Plymouth Rock, the Mayflower, the Pilgrim Hall Museum, Memorial Hall, shopping, hotels, and the town’s bustling waterfront. Large back of the house kitchen with a full basement equipped with walk-in …