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11 years ago
hawks24
Bleekers in Evergreen is a dump when you go inside. It is like walking into the 1950's. Steer clear. If you have been there before, nothing, nothing changed. Wow, it is like walking through a magic door in time. I'm sure some of the older folks have been sitting there since. Big disappointment. : (
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11 years ago
hawks24
I don't think Orlando's is there. Wow, you are bring back memories. I lived at 65th and Pulaski.
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11 years ago
hawks24
There was a place at 75th and Cicero. In the Ford City Parking lot. They were big about singing about birthdays. A very old-time feel. Maybe 30 - 40 years ago. Can anyone name it?
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11 years ago
hawks24
Nino's. 111th and Cicero. (barely outside of Chicago, but THE BEST)
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11 years ago
hawks24
why is it called Ford City? The website talked about Dodges.
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11 years ago
hawks24
Anyone remember J & R on Pulaski, just south of 63rd? Floors creeked as you walked around. It is still there. Do I dare go in?
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