Shawmut Diner

Bye Bye American Pie
On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, we'll be waving goodbye to an iconic piece of Americana. With business fading away like memories of yesteryear, the Howard Johnson restaurant in Bangor, Maine will have served its last clam strip roll with fries and cole slaw, Eggs Benedict and coffee frappes...
Ciao Buddy Cianci
My heartfelt thoughts and condolences are with former Providence Mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci's family and newly announced fiancee, Tara Marie Haywood. His unexpected death took me by surprise. In my mind, Buddy was a phenomenon! He was atypical and original...
Hodgson Outlines Future Of Shawmut Diner
Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson has big plans for the former Shawmut Diner. Phil and Celeste Paleologos donated the diner to the Bristol County House Of Correction. It was moved there Tuesday. Hodgson wants to use the diner to teach food service skills to inmates in the pre-release program, and p…
Its Moving Day For The Shawmut Diner
The former Shawmut Diner is headed west...to the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth.
Owners Phil and Celeste Paleologos operated the eatery for more than 30 years at Shawmut Avenue and Hathaway Road, before selling that site to Cumberland Farms...
Shawmut Diner On The Move
The Shawmut Diner is being prepared for a move to its next location.
The diner was lifted from its foundation Friday morning to a truck which will transport it to the Bristol County House of Corrections in Dartmouth.
The actual move will be this Tuesday...
Well-Wishers Line Up At Shawmut Diner On Final Day
A New Bedford landmark closed its doors on Monday. 
Phil and Celeste Paleologos have operated the Shawmut Diner for more than 30 years.  They recently announced the property had been sold to Cumberland Farms.  The diner itself, which is listed in the National Register of Historic …
Phil And Celeste Thank The Shawmut Diner Family [VIDEO]
After 33 years of ownership, Phil and Celeste Paleologos are closing the doors of the Shawmut Diner for the last time on Monday, March 31st.
Over the years, many people throughout the Greater New Bedford area have worked taking orders, busing tables, washing dishes, and cooking the classic diner food…

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