We traveled up highway 19, never a pleasure on any day, but knew that this restaurant spot would be on the West side of the highway in Palm Harbor, Fla. Hooray, old, but still keen, Eagle eyes spotted the sign! It necessitated a turn around, but I wasn't driving and the thoughts of the menu made any anxiety I might have had about oncoming traffic disappear--whew, it was close though.
It was a little later in the day so seating was easy and fast. This was the wall scene that we were able to see while waiting for our waiter. This just brought us both to the right place at the right time. I hope that this one brings back fond memories for you. Beautiful, beautiful Broadway.
We gave our order and while waiting we had all of these wonderful pictures to prepare us for our NY. experience. A picture taken in the 1930s or 1940s of the great old Cotton Club where so many
A NY style Pastrami on Rye bread 1/2 sandwich, homemade potato salad, and a delicious cup of Matzo ball soup. A bargain at 10.00. Oh yes, don't forget that famous Kosher Dill pickle! There was so much there on the plate it was impossible to eat it all--a Doggie bag please! I had viewed many of those bags leaving with other satisfied folks who are lovers of the food and the New York atmosphere. I did not feel uncomfortable asking for my little container .
I had been told to " check out" the ladies room for a surprise. Now, it isn't any news to anyone that most Ladies and Gents, yes Gents are not immune to the old age maladies as well, Have you seen that ugly commercial that shows the women checking out the necessary rooms and locations, well I personally believe that is just good planning! When I opened the door I thought I was in the subway station looking at the graffiti that New York is famous for. Isn't this wild? I am told the Gent's is the same.
Why don't you take this same trip through Pinellas County, Brooklyn, Florida? I promise you will like it.