Cocktail Bar - Accommodations for 10 to 250 People
The Bomb-A-Dear illustration tells me this is a World War II era matchbook. The only other thing I know about this place is that in June 1945 they were advertising four complete sets of pool tables for sale. They may have been upgrading their tables, or getting out of the pool table business, or just getting out of business altogether.
Opened in 1954 - Still Operating and a 3rd generation family business. Although the original address of the diner was listed as Danielson, it actually resides in Dayville. Dayville is a historical district and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
Located in the Heart of Cheyenne, 1/2 Block from all Highways.
Famous from Coast to Coast for Quality Foods and Excellent Drinks.
"Visit the Mayflower Deck Lounge"
Opened in 1928, The Mayflower was operated by brothers Sam, George, and Gus Andrews, Greek immigrants who had moved to Wyoming from Nebraska. The cafe expanded in 1947 to include a tavern. Eventually George's son Phil built Mayflower Dance Hall, billed as the largest western dance hall in Wyoming. A fire in 1976 destroyed the buildings on 17th Street and the site is now home to Grand Avenue Pizza.
Located 42 miles east of Pittsburgh in the foothills of the beautiful Allegheny Mountains.
Serving the public for 24 years. We never close.
There were at least three Dean Diners. The original Dean's opened in the summer of 1927 in Indiana, PA at Philadelphia and Seventh St. The Blairsville location, 16 miles south of Indiana, was operating as early as 1934. A third location opened in 1937 in Huntingdon, about 80 miles east of Blairsville. The Blairsville diner was damaged by fire in 1942, but was either restored or rebuilt. All three locations seem to have been operating in the 1950s. I could only find the Blairsville diner still in operation.
The Beau Brummel Restaurant serves wonderful Food in Old World Charm, featuring "The Finest Smorgasbord between Stockholm and San Francisco."
Dining Room and Coffee Shop Open 11:30 A.M. to 12:30 A.M.
1948 photo of restaurant. Pastry Shoppe is on the left.
In 1936 the original Beau Brummel was located was located at 131 South Main St. The restaurant on Highland opened in 1947 and was owned by George and Ruth Glaus. They also ran the Glaus French Pastry Shoppe next door. The Glauses sold the business to A. Alan Coombs at the end of 1949 and he operated it until 1971, when he retired. In 1974 the restaurant was destroyed by a fire. I couldn't tell if the Beau Brummel ever reopened, but Glaus French Pastry / Beau Brummel Bakery lives on at the same location.
I found three C&M Cafes in old Arizona newspaper files. I don't know if they were related. The first was the C&M Cafe in Phoenix. They were looking for a bus boy in 1944. The second one was a C&M Cafe for sale in Benson (east-southeast of Tucson) in 1948. The third one was a C&M in the 3600 block of N. Oracle Road (nw side of Tucson) in 1949.