25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older

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25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older

http://www.startribune.com/25-twin-cities-restaurants-that-are-50-and-older/562637592/?ref=nl&om_rid=2966359497&om_mid=466789833
 
Among the listings are: Al's Breakfast, Black Forest Inn, Kramarczuk's, Matt's Bar, and many other favorites such as DeGidio's, Jax Cafe, Murray's, and, of course, Mickey's Diner
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    kaszeta
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/11 09:47:16 (permalink)
    Hey, I've been to 20 of the 25!
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    rumaki
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/11 09:59:44 (permalink)
    kaszeta
    Hey, I've been to 20 of the 25!




    You beat me!  I've only been to 14 of them!
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    ScreamingChicken
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/11 10:22:09 (permalink)
    Most of those restaurants are well over 50 years old, too.  I should run the list by my mom to see if she remembers any of them.
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/21 10:09:36 (permalink)
    The Italian in me wanted to try this 1951 Drive-in on the MSP Tour, but, time didn't permit it.
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/21 10:23:02 (permalink)
    joerogo
    The Italian in me wanted to try this 1951 Drive-in on the MSP Tour, but, time didn't permit it.




    But the Somali in you tried the camel burger hahaha  
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/21 11:43:30 (permalink)
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    joerogo
    The Italian in me wanted to try this 1951 Drive-in on the MSP Tour, but, time didn't permit it.




    But the Somali in you tried the camel burger hahaha  


    I can still taste it!!!
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/24 01:10:46 (permalink)
    joerogo
    The Italian in me wanted to try this 1951 Drive-in on the MSP Tour, but, time didn't permit it.


    You shoulda said something during the planning stages Joe.  I wasn't aware of Dari-Ette's existence, but totally would've put them on the long list for consideration.
     
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    Re: 25 Twin Cities restaurants that are 50 and older 2019/10/24 12:14:37 (permalink)
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    joerogo
    The Italian in me wanted to try this 1951 Drive-in on the MSP Tour, but, time didn't permit it.


    You shoulda said something during the planning stages Joe.  I wasn't aware of Dari-Ette's existence, but totally would've put them on the long list for consideration.
     
    Buddy


    My fault Buddy.  Remember me sayin, "no more Hi-Talian West of Pittsburgh? 
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