"This is my dream, my life," stated Edwin Hernandez, the new proprietor and lessee.
"We're going to serve the same hamburgers, the same beers as always." stated Hernandez.
"You'll be able to see through into the kitchen where everything is made just like before."
|Hernandez found room for a second|
floor to accommodate a band. The
wrought iron railing is part of the
"The owners used a lot of the space for storage. We emptied nine tons of junk from the building. I know because I was charged by the ton," laughed Hernandez.
"So far, everything has gone smoothly. We have our beer and wine license and passed the inspections. We just await the final inspection and Certificate of Occupancy."
One thing Hernandez is held off on is the outside sign. He's been searching for a picture of the original sign and wants to use the same design. He's been asking local historians and consulting old phone books and newspapers for the original look.