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Old 12-29-2007, 05:58 PM
 
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Dunno what the place was called -- We called it the Singing Fish Restaurant -- maybe the real name was something like Seven Seas or something. I seem to recall it on the Northeast corner of Preston and LBJ.

The food was not much to talk about, but what made the place interesting was a piano player who did old "Hit Parade" tunes and various locals would show up with all sorts of other instruments -- clairnets, trumpets, accordians, on and on -- and play and sing along.

Last time I recall that place I think I saw a big lock on the door and an IRS notice.

I had heard the crowd moved on to some other place. Any idea if they did and if the old folks are still alive?

Thanks.
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