Jimmy’s, which first opened as the Liberty Cafe and was eventually renamed after its owner, had little competition until 1963, when Anthony’s Pier 4 was opened by restaurateur Anthony Athanas.
When your dishes make diners longing for the food they grew up on well up in tears while eating that just speaks for itself.
"But I will say to you what I said to my board and the commission: If we succeed and Haymarket doesn’t, we [will] have failed."
"I want people to come here for a special occasion, or twice a week if they want to.”
Call it an amalgamation of Mexico and the strewn-lights and naked steel, slate, and wood-lined spots of Austin, Texas.
The Salty Dog is any indicator, could be just the beginning in a series of changes to polish over the past, remove the present, and make way for the internationally chain-flavored future.
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“We basically found out we were directly related to Paul Revere. We even have silverware, platters, etc., dating back to his day."