Glimpse Inside 11th Street’s “New Tryst/Diner Project”

Most of the exterior work appears done at Margot’s Chair. While the painting is not complete, the north end is sporting some attractive colors already

While walking on 11th Street over the weekend, I noticed that the window’s were open at the 24-hour diner being developed at the southeast corner of 11th & Monroe. It afforded me an opportunity to see what was going on inside … and I’ve decided that I like it.

While the idea of a 24-hour diner didn’t sit well with everyone in the surrounding community, based on the work going on there and the way Constantine Stavropoulos runs his other businesses, if I were to have a diner next door this would be exactly the kind of business I’d want.

The construction and choice of paint colors on the 11th Street facade is compatible with both the building and the surrounding architecture. From what I could see of the interior, it will also have a nod to the past, most noticeable in the installation of a pressed tin ceiling (see below).

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3 Comments on “Glimpse Inside 11th Street’s “New Tryst/Diner Project””


  1. Wow, that storefront looks really sharp!

  2. Howard Says:

    It’s going to be amazing. Can’t wait.

  3. anon Says:

    Looking good. Any idea when they will be open?


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