"B" and "H" iron gates.
"B" and "H" iron gates.
Posted by: dkennycpd ()
Date: August 07, 2015 05:13AM

I was at Merrimac and Belmont today at a burger place on the corner (amazing BTW). We were seated outside where the area was enclosed by iron gates. There were a pair of iron entrance gates on the Merrimac side which were monogrammed in "H" and "B". We asked the employees what they stood for and nobody knew. I'm assuming a bar or restaurant of some kind. I told my friend I'd ask on Forgotten Chicago because they can find ANYTHING out. Thanks in advance.

Re: "B" and "H" iron gates.
Posted by: Mr Downtown ()
Date: August 07, 2015 12:17PM

Merrimac doesn't intersect Belmont.

Re: "B" and "H" iron gates.
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Date: August 18, 2015 05:09AM

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