"There is A Lot to Like About Lowell" is the city slogan.
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The Four Diners
Arthur's Paradise Diner
112 Bridge Street
This is one of the two diners celebrating their 75th anniversaries.
984 Gorham StreetI ate here many times while I worked at Prince Spaghetti, since it was within walking distance.
145 Dutton StreetThis diner is also celebrating their 75th Anniversary and the owner was kind to spend some time giving me a little of their history.
The owner explained a few items on the wall, especially when I asked who the people were with Senator Paul Tsongas, a Lowell resident, in the photo above. Steven Panagiotakos, Senator Edward Kennedy and the owner were the others.
Owl Diner (aka Four Sisters Owl Diner)
244 Appleton StreetI used to go to this diner quite often, since I knew one of the Four sisters. She has since opened her own restaurant, Rosie's Diner in No. Chelmsford.
This topic was chosen because I remember three of them from the 1960s, I love their history and how they look.
For more information, check out the below article for more detail about these diners.