Plainfield Diner


The Plainfield Diner has served guests traveling the National Road since 1954, when it was manufactured in New Jersey and transported by rail to Indiana. The diner is of the Streamline Moderne-style, and contains a vintage coffee cup sign and pink tile interior. Diners drew patrons looking for convenient, made-to-order food in the 50's and 60's at cheap prices. The diner, currently the topic of discussion by local preservationists looking to see the structure restored, can be viewed from the National Road just on the east end of town.


Plainfield, IN 46168


39.70421200, -86.39943900
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