High: 69°F ~ Low: 54°F
Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015
Picturing the Past 50: Mystery dinerPosted Tuesday, March 2, 2010, at 7:40 AM
The Quick Snack from 1956. (T-G file photo)
A story in the T-G by staff writer/sports editor Red Bean (perfect name for someone writing about a restaurant!) said the diner was owned by Paul Brooks, 18, and Don Bautch, 19, and indicated they may not have originally been from Shelbyville.
Unfortunately, the story didn't mention the diner's location and I couldn't find any advertisements, which would likely have had an address.
I couldn't blow up the negative large enough to read prices or specific items on the menu but they apparently sold breakfast items and sandwiches and featured RC Cola.
Anyone heard of this place?
Showing most recent comments first
[Show in chronological order instead]
Respond to this blog
Posting a comment requires free registration:
David Melson is a copy editor and staff writer for the Times-Gazette.
Hot topicsPicturing the Past 36: Old Sonic, Burger Chef disappear
(27 ~ 7:47 PM, Mar 11)
Picturing the past 205: Floods
Picturing the Past 71: Riding the railroad
Picturing the Past 204: Sam Moore's store
Picturing the Past 187: Remembering the lost