Are NYC's iconic diners a dying breed?

04/24/2012 | Crain's New York Business

Several formerly thriving diners in New York City have closed their doors amid the double whammy of slower sales and rising rents. Once staples of the city's dining scene, diners began to see sales slow even before the recession hit, with average checks dipping 10% in the past decade, according to one estimate.

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