"Perfect Service and Perfect Food"

"Perfect Service and Perfect Food" (HM2L4P)

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N 41° 47.104', W 73° 41.691'

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"Perfect Service and Perfect Food"
There have been three prefabricated diners at this location since Charlie Simonson brought the first one to Millbrook from Westchester County in 1929. Acquired in 1931 by Carmine Nardone, it was replaced in 1936 with a newer model. Always popular, the diner survived both the Depression and World War II rationing. It advertised "Perfect Service and Perfect Food" and "Ladies Invited." In 1952, then owner Jimmy Daniele purchased the cur- rent model from a giant warehouse of diners in New Jersey. Note the advice of the original clock over the front door: "Stop! Time to eat." The kitchen area sustained a fire in 2001, but there was no damage to the 1950s-style lunchroom. The diner remains a favorite community spot and an iconic landmark.
"Servizio e Cibo Perfetti"
Ci sono stati tre "diners" in prefabbricati, in questo posto, da quando Charlie Simonson portò il primo a Millbrook dalla contea di Westchester nel 1929. Acquistato da Carmine Nardone nel 1931, fu sostituito nel 1936 da un modello aggiornato. Sempre popolare, il "diner" sopravvisse sia alla Depressione che al razionamento della Seconda Guerra Mondiale. La pubblicità diceva "Servizio e Cibo Perfetti" e "Le signore sono invitate." Nel 1952 il proprietario, Jimmy Daniele, acquistò l'attuale

modello da un grande magazzino nel New Jersey. Notate l'avviso sull'orologio sopra l'entrata: "Stop! E l'Ora di Mangiare." Ci fu un incendio nella cucina nel 2001, senza danneggiare la sala da pranzo anni 50. Il "diner" rimane uno dei posti preferiti dalla comunità ed un punto di riferimento. (Marker Number 9.)
HM NumberHM2L4P
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Date Added Monday, September 23rd, 2019 at 8:01pm PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)18T E 608453 N 4626736
Decimal Degrees41.78506667, -73.69485000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 41° 47.104', W 73° 41.691'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds41° 47' 6.24" N, 73° 41' 41.46" W
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