Americans have a love affair with diners, both in reality and in the way popular culture romanticizes them. The diner is a feature unique to the United States roadside. While the days of prefabricated stainless steel buildings have come and gone - the characteristics of the concept live on in the late hours of cuisine, counters, coffee and grease.
Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Monday, July 21, 2014
Not necessarily abandoned, but not really in use. Nevertheless, part of the suburban landscape along Industrial Dr. in Fairfield, Ohio. Check out our other photos in the ongoing Suburbia Lost series here.
Friday, July 18, 2014
Wednesday, July 16, 2014
[Kings Waffle] Chapter 2: The Diplomat, The Wizard, The Ambassador & The Man at the End of The Counter
The guy who rose to become king of the "waffle kids," a real life cowboy, a song with a distinct purpose and the one you always save a seat for.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
"You guys must come here a lot, no?" said the state trooper sitting at the low counter with us. "If this were a bar, we'd be drunks" I replied. He laughed before facing his palms to the sky and praying before his meal. It was a crude, unflattering answer, but probably the simplest way to describe how often we're here.
At the Waffle House.
"Kings" Waffle House to be specific.