Friday, June 20, 2008

Cain's Diner

This tiny little micro-car of a 1930s diner has always been one of my favorite eateries in Madison County, even though it barely seats eight patrons. This photo was taken in 2004; does anyone know for sure that it still exists? In these modern space-age times we live in, all the good places are disappearing faster than you can say "blueberry pie".

4 comments:

Ed said...

good place to eat. once called Silver Diner?

J.T. Dockery said...

Ed, you might be thinking of the now gone "Silver Diner" in London.

JSH said...

Update! The plot thickens like their gravy:

http://unusualkentucky.blogspot.com/2008/07/silver-diner.html

raymondarnold17 said...

Now this place is the home of Stop n Go Barbecue, which is the best BBQ in Richmond. They smoke it out back, make their own sauce, and everything. The building is an old railroad car.