I love this write-up from ScoutingNY about the small and partially hidden abandoned diner at 357 West Street on Manhattan’s West Side Highway. It’s apparently gone through several diner versions (that’s the best word I can come up with at the moment) and it was a running business as recently as 2006. But since closing down in 2006, it has sat idly on the West Side, overcome by a massive tree out in front and eventually falling into disprepair as you can see here. Not much left of it, but still an interesting part of NYC history to get to know.