Buffalo, N.Y. (WKBW-TV) - This is not your grandfather's greasy spoon, but your grand dad might remember places like this. The Swan Street Diner spent most of it's life in Newark New York, but was brought to it's present location by the Larkin Development Group.
It's been open a few weeks now and owner Leslie Zemsky says that the place was in pretty good shape but did need some work to bring back the sparkle, adding "it underwent a two-year renovation, top to bottom."
It's open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday. According to manager Amanda Amico the "big seller" is the twist pot pie. She says "it's something you can't get anywhere else."
The food is served up on some of the last dinnerware produced by Buffalo China. The building itself features the original stools, mahogany trim and porcelain enamel walls and ceiling. It was manufactured by the Sterling Company in 1937.