Iconic Unadilla Diner To Re-Open This Fall
Long an icon on Main Street in Unadilla, N.Y., the Unadilla Diner's new business owners plan to re-open the classic 1950's diner sometime in November.
The diner was always one of the busiest eateries along NYS Rt. 7, even after Interstate 88 was constructed diverting heavy traffic away from the Undailla downtown area. Truckers, students, families and others have enjoyed eating at the Unadilla Diner for generations. It has been closed for many years. In 1981 famed photo-realist painter Ralph Goings painted the diner in a famous series of diner portraits.
The new business owner is Tyler Boudreau. He and his family have a long food background and he currently owns the popular Boudreau's Bistro in Greene, N..Y.
We wish the Boudreau family well in their new endeavor.