by Marc Hurwitz
A diner west of Boston that had been affiliated with two other diners in the local area is now under new management and has a new name and menu.
According to a poster on the Friends of Boston's Hidden Restaurants Facebook group page, Deluxe Depot Diner in Framingham is now Depot 417, with its website saying "We're a new restaurant in a historic building serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner!" The Yelp page for Depot 417 indicates that it changed over sometime this fall, and that it appears to be no longer owned by the group behind Deluxe Town Diner in East Watertown, and Deluxe Station Diner in Newton Centre, the latter of which may be under new management as well, according to our source on the Facebook group page along with a poster on a Yelp page for Deluxe Station Diner.
Deluxe Depot Diner first opened around the end of 2014 in the historic train station in the downtown section of Framingham.
The address for Depot 417 (and the old Deluxe Depot Diner) is 417 Waverly Street, Framingham, MA, 01702. The website for Depot 417 can be found at https://www.depot417.com
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