Sunday, April 17, 2011

Inside View of a typical Mr.Steak Restaurant

7 comments:

  1. Oh yes I remember those lovely hats...and dusting the metalwork between sides before every shift-at the Springfield MA Boston Rd. store

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  2. Yep, brings back memories. Worked at M/S from March '68 to July '69. Started as cook and continued as Asst. Mgr. Went through to menu change in Spring of 69 and the remodeling of back half to folding partition walls. While remodeling, went to Denver home office and worked a couple of stores to learn new menu. Grand Island, NE

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  3. Vacuumed that floor many sat. mornings. first job at 15. Beaverton, oregon...1980-82. Hey big A!...kelly.....xxoo

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  4. Same interior in Manhattan. Kansas Westloop shopping center.

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  5. I still have my little hat from 44 years ago

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  6. If I wanted to re-open a Mr. Steak restaurant here in Escondido, CA. do you know who I would contact?

    I miss 'em! Could always get a good steak at a reasonable price.

    Send info to me at:
    thepaper@cox.net

    (I publish a weekly newspaper in Escondido and would love to expand to include a Mr. Steak restaurant).

    Thx.

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  7. Wow! I worked at the Mr Steak in Greensboro, NC from 1973 to 1975. So many of my friends worked there. We had so much fun! You gotta love those tiny chef hats and the polyester double knit dresses! I saw that photo and said yep, there's station # 1. I loved the continental steak stuffed with mushrooms and Swiss cheese.

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