Classic streamline diner in its original location
It opened on this site as Dauphin's Superior Diner but it folded up in 1974. Ir reopened in 1976 as an off track betting parlor that closed in 1986. The diner was restored to its original glory and reopened as the Highland Park Diner. It is a popular restaurant in the Swillburg neighborhood or Rochester.
It is reported that this was the prototype diner for a Danbury Mint model.
Richard Gutman, author of "American Diner Then & Now, writes "Orleans Manufacturing (1947-1948) is thought to have built only two diners. One is extant. Originally called Dauphin's Superior Diner, in Rochester, New York, it was recently restored and reopened as the Highland Park Diner on its original site."