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Old Posted Mar 13, 2014, 4:20 AM
Retired_in_Texas Retired_in_Texas is offline
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Originally Posted by ethereal_reality View Post
Here's a nice little Van de Kamp's Bakery and a Ralph's. Location unknown.
Had to do a triple double take when I first saw this image. The general design of the building was apparently copiedby a Fort Worth seafood restaurant chain, that was founded in 1957, when in the 1970s they decided to go into competition with the various fast food seafood restaurants that were cropping up all over the place. The name of the chain was Zuider Zee. By the 1980s the chain had been ran into the ground after the founders had sold it to a holding company that had several other restaurant brands they also ran into the ground. Was a shame as the Zuider Zee restaurants had the best Hush Puppies one could imagine as well as a really fantastic seafood menu.

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