PHOTO PROMPT © Roger Bultot
It was a popular among the high, the mighty and commoners alike.
This eatery was essentially nameless (there was no sign board) – besides being a casual diner and hangout. It was also one of the first to have a visually open kitchen and a clear float-glass door for entrance. The overall effect was an open invitation to one and all. Eventually it became part of the local fabric – either you knew about it or you did not.
By 2000 the town had a dozen copy-cat restaurants each claiming to be the original.
It opened in 1937 closed down in 2006.
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Thanks for the prompt Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. SHALOM.