Thursday, January 24, 2013
All aboard! The Little Depot Diner is open again for breakfast and lunch every day, except Mondays.
Regulars at the Little Depot Diner have no doubt been cheered to learn they can once again stop by daily for breakfast and lunch at the downtown eatery. The Salem News reports that newlyweds Ross and Alicia Scanlon of Medfield bought the diner from Jim and Judy Miles back in November and are living their dream. They have prior experience in food service and catering. The Mileses originally closed the diner this past summer, but then reopened it in October, but just on weekends and for breakfast only. The iconic diner in Peabody Square, across from the courthouse, has been in Peabody for more than 50 years and is housed inside a 1929 Worcester Lunch Car. The car was first built in Worcester and spent time in Lynn first as Harry's Diner, …
Friday, October 14, 2011
Little Depot Diner slated to reopen Saturday serving up breakfast only on the weekends.
One short month after shuttering its doors, the 1929 Worcester Lunch Car that was home to The Little Depot Diner is back in operation, and it's still home to the same eatery. The lights were out inside the diner on Friday, but two large signs hanging outside the downtown eatery proclaim it is reopening Saturday. The diner's website explains that it will now only be open Saturdays and Sundays from 7 a.m. - noon to serve up breakfast. Building Commissioner Kevin Goggin said Thursday that his understanding is that the same owners -- Jim and Judy Miles -- are setting up shop again.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Jim and Judy Miles, owners of the Little Depot Diner in Peabody Square, announced on Friday that they would be closing up shop.
Thursday, June 16, 2011
This quaint diner in Peabody Square serves up fresh and simple fare with sunshine on the side.
Owners: Judy and Jim Miles “All Aboard!” signals the tin whistle as it blows, and the train is off and running — in miniature form, of course. The Little Depot Diner is located in Peabody Square, owned and operated by Judy and Jim Miles. Together, they have created an atmosphere akin to stepping back in time, when troubles were small and smiles were big, and truthfully, the happiness is contagious. Why is everyone so joyous on this particular day? “Well, the Bruins won, so that’s a good thing!” owner Judy Miles laughs. “Life is good, maybe we’ll do a Stanley Cup Special this weekend!” From the first steps through the sliding front door, you know you’re about to experience something so unexpectedly wonderful, it’s almost surreal. The …