Google e.g. "abandoned diner + Your state"
A diner is a prefabricated restaurant building characteristic of North America, especially in the Midwest, in New York City, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and in other areas of the Northeastern United States, although examples can be found throughout the United States, Canada and parts of Western Europe. Some people apply the term not only to the prefabricated structures, but also to restaurants that serve cuisine similar to traditional diner cuisine even if they are located in more traditional types of buildings. Diners are characterized by offering a wide range of foods, mostly American, a casual atmosphere, a counter, and late operating hours. "Classic American Diners" are often characterized by an exterior layer of stainless steel—a feature unique to diner architecture.
Time to pull over for a meal!
You need a pit stop, and decide on a classic American diner for a meal and a rest. It is still quite early, and you opt for a full stack of American pancakes, served with maple syrup, fresh orange juice, and coffee served from those typical thick, white coffee mugs. Satisfied with life, you remember passing the old, run-down restaurant a few miles back. "Wouldn't it be cool to buy an old restaurant, and design a concept that is uniquely ours?!?" You cotton on to the idea, and start scribbling on the place mats.All have ideas, and a concept bar/restaurant is born!
Before hitting the road again, you have a plan, and the ideas are distributed as follows:
Place mat 1: notes for menus
Place mat 2: entertainment
Place mat 3:Wall of Fame
Place mat 4: the concept/theme/design for the diner
You are to design a concept/theme diner, and also add an area for entertainment.
The group members are TOGETHER responsible for presenting the diner, including: