Thursday, March 8, 2018

Along 66, February 2018: Gasconade Bridge and Eat-Rite

FEBRUARY 8--  Workin' Bridges drops the Gasconade River Bridge project near Hazelgreen, Missouri.  Too bad.  Hopefully someone will step up to run it.  That is a pretty old bridge.

FEBRUARY 9--  Ear-Rite Diner gets new owners.  May reopen in April.  It is in St. Louis, but since they shamefully removed the Confederate statue from the park, it is on my boycott list.

They are hoping to be open for the April 5 St. Louis Cardinal Home Opener just a few blocks away.

It closed in October and had been in business since 1966  Other businesses at the site sold coal and gas.  It opened as a White Kitchen restaurant in 1920.  Eat-Rite opened in 1986.


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