A nightlife weekly called New York Talk ran a couple of tasty-looking diner ads in their May 8, 1984 issue.
The Moondance started off as the Holland Tunnel diner in the 1930s. After it closed in 2007, the diner and its revolving moon sign were trucked out to Wyoming, where supposedly it’s doing bang-up business.
Could this ad for a Munson diner at the corner of Greenwich and Spring be related to the legendary Munson, on 11th Avenue and 49th Street until 2004?
“At one time, there were five or six Munson Diners in New York City, owned by the same family,” says New York Architectural Images’ Munson Diner page.
A 1987 issue of New York has that the downtown Munson closed before 1987. Today it’s Don Hill’s.