Liberty Elm Diner, originally established as the ?Central Diner? or ?Worcester Lunch Car Company Diner #806? in 1947 used to be a favorite dining place among people working in Providence. The classic diner structure is uncommon but holds a distinct style reminiscent of a 20th century American architecture. Throughout the years, it has been owned by so many different people and introduced under different names.
Today, its present owners have tried their best to retain its original look to show off its rich history both inside and out. In January 13, 2010, it was aptly placed on the list of National Register of Historic Places.
The Liberty Elm Diner serves as an access to the Elmwood community of Providence, Rhode Island. They serve breakfast and lunch plus their own brewed coffee, fresh juice, eggs, soups, muffins, salads, pies and a whole lot more.