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Old 12-13-2017, 08:25 PM
 
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How about Henry's? Remember that?
Of course: 15-cent hamburgers and 10-cent fries. One in Oakley and one in Finneytown.

Henry's was the one of the largest hamburger chains back in the days before McDonald's took off.

Good times.
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Old 12-26-2018, 10:32 AM
 
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Wasn't the Sixty Second Shop on Central Pkwy right close to Findlay St. ? I remember the Carters Rest. in the Western Hills Shopping Center. Had good Big Boy like sandwiches. Then the best chicken in town was at the many Hitching Post Resturants. Thank the lord there are still a couple around and of course, Ron's Roost still serves the same chicken!
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Old Yesterday, 11:31 PM
 
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Sent my Friday nights cruising through Frisch's Mainliner in Fairfx back in the fifties also. Only place to go after the football games or bowling. Then eventually we'd find a parking space and order some great food thru that speaker and out they'd come with the food! Where I live now, there
is no Frisch's and am dying for a BIG BOY or a Brawny Lad or the Fish Sandwhich or the chili and spaghetti. Is it as good as it once was? YUM!
I do remember the name Aglamesies or however it's spelled. don't remember where it was located, just the name. My age is my excuse... spent many hours at Graeter's (sp?) on Hyde Park Sq. which was the neighborhood we lived in when I was growing up.
Does anyone remember a Jorge's restaurant across from the Carew tower entrance in downtown Cincy?
I do remember Jorge's. I worked downtown on 4th (as best I can recall) between Elm and Vine and used to eat lunch there all the time. It had an orange sign outside as I recall. Is the Carew Tower where Pogue's Department store was located?
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