A former fixture from Manhattan's chic SoHo is now a landmark in sagebrush country.
The 80-year-old Moondance Diner was recently reopened in LaBarge, Wyo., after it was hauled there from New York City.
Fans say the Moondance hasn't looked this good in years.
It seems to be doing decent business serving ranchers, roughnecks and visitors to Wyoming's scenic wonders.
The Moondance isn't the only Manhattan diner relocating. A businessman recently bought the Cheyenne Diner and plans to move the West Side eatery by flatbed truck to Birmingham, Ala.