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2013_hinschssign.jpgAll is not yet lost for the legendary Brooklyn luncheonette Hinsch's, which Robert Simonson recently knocked off his list of iconic New York diners after discovering that its new owners had gutted the interior and taken down its iconic neon signs. The Brooklyn Daily reports that the 65-year-old script marquee above the door was only removed for repairs, and will be back by Friday. Sadly the sign above that, which advertised soda, waffles, and candy, really is gone for good. [Brooklyn Daily]

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