Monday, December 6, 2010

Sad times for Maine Diner

According to,
Fifty-four-year-old Myles Henry, co-owner of the Maine Diner, died Friday, Dec. 3, in Marco Island, Fla., after apparently having passed out and hit his head in a restaurant bathroom, according to multiple sources.

While Henry's official cause of death is yet to be determined by the District 20 Medical Examiner's Office in Florida, Henry's wife, Trisha Henry, said the longtime local business owner was born with two heart deformities — a bicuspid aortic valve and Wolf Parkinson White syndrome — which she said could have led to a heart attack.

Henry and his brother, Dick Henry, had purchased what is now the Maine Diner off Route 1 in 1983, and the establishment has been thriving ever since.

Guy Fieri, with the Diners, Drive-ins and Dives camera crew, visited the Maine Diner on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2010. The episode, Old Time Attitude, premiered on 8/9/10.

Maine Diner - website
2265 Post Road
Wells, ME 04090 - map
(207) 646-4441
Twitter - @MaineDiner

The premiere party at nearby Vinny's East Coast Grille in Ogunquit, Maine, was packed on August 9th as family, friends and well-wishers of the Maine Diner gathered to watch the Maine Diner on Diners Drive-ins and Dives. Video below:

Read more about the taping of the episode here, and click here to view the Main Diner's segment on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives.

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