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Byron Burger - a number of locations in London and some of the best burgers in London.

Byron Burger - a number of locations in London and some of the best burgers in London.

Check out these stunning images taken by photographer Gregoire Alessandrini of ’90s New York neighborhoods

Check out these supremely cool photos of NYC in the ’90s

Check out these stunning images taken by photographer Gregoire Alessandrini of ’90s New York neighborhoods

Old school - Leavitt & Peirce - bestdressedsigns.com

Old school - Leavitt & Peirce - bestdressedsigns.com

J.Crew's new concept store in Tribeca preserves the old-school signage of the old liquor store (which used to be a bar called Liquor Store). very cool.

J.Crew's new concept store in Tribeca preserves the old-school signage of the old liquor store (which used to be a bar called Liquor Store). very cool.

One of my favorite places to eat is the Littleton Diner in Littleton, New Hampshire.  A nice comfortable atmosphere (I love sitting at a booth and people watching!!) reasonable prices, good food and nice staff make for an awesome experience.

One of my favorite places to eat is the Littleton Diner in Littleton, New Hampshire. A nice comfortable atmosphere (I love sitting at a booth and people watching!!) reasonable prices, good food and nice staff make for an awesome experience.

Nestled on a triangle-shaped block in the Elliot Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, between Park and Chicago Avenues, is a small white restaurant adorned with bright red letters that spell out Band Box Diner. It is not a dining car, but a more stout structure with much larger windows.  It’s the only diner of its kind left in the Twin Cities; in the 1920s and ‘30s however, there were 14 Band Box diners.

Nestled on a triangle-shaped block in the Elliot Park neighborhood of Minneapolis, between Park and Chicago Avenues, is a small white restaurant adorned with bright red letters that spell out Band Box Diner. It is not a dining car, but a more stout structure with much larger windows. It’s the only diner of its kind left in the Twin Cities; in the 1920s and ‘30s however, there were 14 Band Box diners.

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