The Rosebud is a historic diner at 381 Summer Street in Somerville, Massachusetts near Davis Square. The diner was built in 1941 by the Worcester Lunch Car Company for the Nichols family. The diner was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999. In 2013, after 40 years of the family's ownership, Evangelos Nichols sold the Rosebud to Martin Bloom. Bloom, the founder of a chain of Italian restaurants called Vinny Testa’s and owner of the Mission Oak Grill, promised to leave the exterior untouched. the Rosebud Diner in 2012 The historic marker sign on the face of the Rosebud Diner
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