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Thread: Whatever happened to these restaurants I remember from the late 70s early 80s.

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    Default Whatever happened to these restaurants I remember from the late 70s early 80s.

    Danny's in Surfside. Home of the Early Bird Dinner. LOVED the Roast Chicken and Stuffing

    Sheldons Drugstore. Food was good but wasnt impressed that they charged Gratuity charges.

    Ahh the good old days when I was a kid and my parents were still alive

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    Default Re: Whatever happened to these restaurants I remember from the late 70s early 80s.

    Sheldon's Drugstore (9501 Harding Ave, Surfside) closed in May 2004 after 55 years in business when the owners could not pay the rent (the previous owner was letting them pay less than the lease amount). There's a bank at that location now.

    The lunch counter was famous not just for the food - Nobel Prize winning author Isaac Singer used to go there almost every day, and was at Sheldon's when his wife received news that he had won the prize. 95 Street in Surfside is known as Isaac Singer Blvd in his honor.
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