This Restaurant In Buffalo Used To Be A Train Car And You’ll Want To Visit
Buffalonians are a resourceful bunch. While many others might look at something old as something that needs to be replaced with something new, here in Western New York, we value the history contained within vintages structures and objects. We see the unique features and consider how something might be upcycled, transformed, or restored in a way that pays homage to its past while also welcoming it into the modern era. Such is the case with this tasty Queen City restaurant that is housed in a former train car that once rode the rails across the state. If you’re hungry for a unique experience, consider heading to this darling little diner for your next meal!
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Swan Street Diner is located at 700 Swan St., Buffalo, NY 14210 and is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. You can learn more about its fascinating history and take a peek at the menus on Swan Street Diner’s website and follow along on its Facebook page to stay updated on daily specials!