A Western Massachusetts Diner Is Back & People Are Raving About It!
Looking all-new bright and shiny Miss Adams Diner is back open thanks to Pete Oleskiewicz, keeping the tradition of the diner alive. He is the person who has gone the extra mile helping people and groups in many different ways including feeding the hard-working first responders during this pandemic is Pete Oleskiewicz now the new owner of the Adams Diner.
I was speaking with Pete last year about his plans with the diner including what type of food they would be serving up at the diner.
Everyone was curious about what type of food, I'm going to use the strictly diner format, Straight up nothing but Diner, Bring it back to what it was years ago. We will serving up breakfast,lunch,and dinner.
Pete also said as far as the time frame for opening,
Shooting for mid October, there's a lot of work to be done, like Inspections, a lot of cleaning, I also bought some new equipment.
So It took a bit longer thanks to the pandemic but it is open now and on the first day around 70 people showed up for breakfast.
The diner originally opened Dec. 7, 1949, in a dining car built by the Worcester Lunch Car Co. It has continued to serve food off and on under several owners through the years