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8 years ago
Julie
I remember going to many events at Our Boys Post. On 50th, right across from Cornell Park
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9 years ago
Julie
I worked (very, very briefly) and a Germanish Restaurant on State right by and across the street from the Chicago theater. Anyone know what it was? I think it was German. The facade was very unique, if I recall correctly.
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9 years ago
Julie
We used to shop at "Shop-N-Bag" on 63rd. Don't remember the cross stree, but it was between Cicero and Pulaski. (closer to Cicero)
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9 years ago
Julie
How about the Green Door Tavern on Orleans? I know it's housed in a building that survived the fire, but I'm not sure it it operated continiously as a tavern.
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9 years ago
Julie
jak378 Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > > > 48th and Marshfield was that, or did it become the > Character Inn, or was that at 46th and Marshfield. > Great place to eat and drink, but the memory is > fading. Definitely 48th and Marshfield. I just checked google. The building looks vacant now. The buildong that housed Skip and Virg'
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9 years ago
Julie
ambrosemario Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > My travels frequently take me through Southside > neighborhoods like McKinley Park, Bridgeport, Back > of the Yards, etc. And I can say that most of the > neighborhood bars are long gone. As any Southsider > over the age of 40 will recall that almost every > main street corner (California, Damen,
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9 years ago
Julie
Richard, I remember that stand in the early / mid 70's did your family still own it then?
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9 years ago
Julie
My dad used to take me to Peoples restaurant, right next to the theater. And there was a little restaurant on Ashland, kinda by the Woolworths, called Cof-E-Break, or something like that...
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9 years ago
Julie
And there was Gus's at 51st and Damen. And the chinese restaurant on 55th, I think, just off California. They had a koi pond in the lobby. And one on I think, 55th and Kedzie (?) right across from Talman bank..
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9 years ago
Julie
Richard: I remember that hot dog stand....we used to go there after picking my dad up on Friday nights at midnight from CCC on Ashland. I loved being up that late when I was young. That's where I learned to put chili an EVERYTHING! And I remember Syrena's too. We had my grammer school graduation dinner there. (St Basil) Their chicken soup was awesome. Remember how they called it a "private c
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10 years ago
Julie
We were at 5231 S Winchester. From what I can see via google, the apartment is one of the few buildings left on the block. Many are gone. I went to St. Basil, (gone) and Gage Park HS for the first 2 years, til we moved.
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10 years ago
Julie
That was my park in the 70's. Not to mention many hours spent at events at the VFW across the street
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