(Observer was right about the Spanish grammar)
My Mom was talking about the good old days when she went to RISD in the 50′s. “There was this diner we went to, it was run by two brothers who were in WWII.”
“Louie’s!” I cried. I used to go there in the 70′s for their incomparable steak and cheese or fish and chips.
I’ve been back a few times lately, and wanted to add them to ‘Mi Vida Local’ list where I highlight unique local businesses– alternatives to corporate culture and often better and cheaper.
Louie’s brother, Dom, left some years ago to open the Geneva Diner on Douglas Ave. This reporter will send a dispach as soon as I stop off there for lunch. Louie and Dom are no longer with us, but the family still carries on. I got the Shepherd’s Pie special there today and had to take half home– they make real mashed potatoes and generous portions.
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