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Re: Myers' Cafe, Lorain Ave.
Posted by: Bill Andersen, Jr (ID *****6831) Date: November 23, 2006 at 05:08:30
In Reply to: Re: Myers' Cafe, Lorain Ave. by David Myers of 2633

David,
I was born and raised in the neighborhood of Myers' Cafe, but I left Cleveland about 1970. I seem to remember that the sidewalk was exceptionally wide in front of the cafe, and that they sometimes had a small wrought iron fence out there, with a couple of tables, underneath a canvas awning. (Similar to the French cafes that you see in the movies.) I was probably in there a few times, as I was a big fan of shots and beers in the late 60's. Maybe that is why my memory is so fuzzy about it. I would be happy to answer any general questions you may have about the area, but for specifics, I will refer you to http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~officer/CuyOhFAQ.html
This link should help you find anything you are looking for. Happy Hunting, Bill


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