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The Quincy Diner goes back to about 1955. At the time it was operated by the McRae family who ran until 1972. They had a partner named Mr. Yemchuck also. There was a fire in 1970 but the place recovered. As of 2013, the diner was operated by Tracy and Ken Dunn.
The Parney family took it over but sadly in 2020 Mrs. Parney took ill. Mr. Parney was keeping the place open to help pay the bills during the Covid lockdown but he unfortunately passed away. According to the Facebook page, the place had a kitchen fire in April of 2022 and was forced to close. Quite the ordeal. As of 2022, it remains closed but hopefully it will re-open. I believe it is for sale. The diner had operated for many years and the reviews were great.
I had thought this place might have been the location of the Dog n' Suds that I just found out about in Quincy. It is easy to imagine this building once had the winged canopy off the front of the structure. However, the articles lead me to believe it has operated as Quincy Diner for it's entire life.