Report: Famed City Diner Fails To Shine Out West
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It's not such a marvelous time for the Moondance Diner.
The Daily News says the iconic restaurant - which was moved to Wyoming from Manhattan five years ago - has closed because of slow business.
Owner Cheryl Pierce tells the News she hoped to reopen this summer but has decided to put the restaurant up for sale.
The asking price is more than $300,000.
The Moondance was a New York staple on Sixth Avenue for more than 70 years, and was featured in a number of movies and TV shows before being shipped west.