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Menus - - 1970s - - Lester’s Diner menu.
Menus - - 1970s - - Lester’s Diner menu.
TitleMenus - - 1970s - - Lester's Diner menu.
Date1970s
Description[9] p. : ill.; 26 X 16 cm.
NotesLester Bammesberger founded Lester's Diner at 250 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale. The 24-hour restaurant opened in 1966 and became famous for its 14-ounce cup of coffee, apple pie a la mode, big cheeseburger and French fries. The diner has a 1950s inspired decor and mini jukeboxes on the tables. Most say it is a combination of the food, the laid-back atmosphere and friendly waitresses that keep people coming back. In fact, some diners feel this place is like a second home. Lester's sign was featured on Alice, the television show about waitresses who worked at Mel`s Diner.
SubjectCookery - - Florida. Restaurants - - Florida - -Fort Lauderdale.
FormatMenus
SourceCourtesy of the Broward County Historical Commission
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