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Advertisements - - 1968 - - The Sea Grill Restaurant & Lounge: seafood specialists.
Advertisements  - - 1968 - - The Sea Grill Restaurant & Lounge: seafood specialists.
TitleAdvertisements - - 1968 - - The Sea Grill Restaurant & Lounge: seafood specialists.
PublisherFort Lauderdale, Fla.: Sun Spots Publishing
Date1968
Description1 advertisement: col. ill.; 22 x 14 cm
NotesThe Sea Grill, located on 1619 Northeast 4th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale, was a landmark seafood restaurant. The restaurant opened in 1959 by Edward Wolchick Sr. and was run by the family. It was first located on the corner of 16th Terrace and Sunrise Boulevard. When business was thriving in 1964, Wolchick moved his business across the street from Fort Lauderdale High School. When the restaurant closed in 1987, a former customer commented that "It's nice when you go into a place and the family knows you and all the employees know you. They watched me grow, my children grow and now my grandchildren. I felt sad when I heard it was closing. It was like a part of my life was closing.'' The restaurant was turned into an annex for North Side Elementary School in 1989.
SubjectCookery - - Florida. Restaurants - - Florida - -Fort Lauderdale.
FormatAdvertisements
SourceCourtesy of the Broward County Historical Commission
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