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October 24, 2020

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Didn’t the wait staff have period costumes there also? I remember some 40 years ago in my teens I won a free dinner for two there from some contest and my friend and I ate there under the influence of a three letter substance that was big in the 60’s.

Bad choice I gotta say. I can’t remember the food but I do remember feeling very awkward about the whole thing. I have grown up since.

Sunday Chicken and Dumplings.

This place was a favorite of Cleveland HS girlfriend DB and her family. One of DB's besties lived just down 41st and it was kind of a neighborhood haunt. We went there a lot, too much actually. I always thought the food was rather bland.

A couple of years ago it was announced that this place was being revamped and brought back from the dead. What happened, I do not know. The building is still there and seems to house some kind of furniture store.

It is about to re-open as Portland's first Mead Hall. Wyrd Leather and Mead have seized upon the unique history and decor of the interior and refashioned it to suit their aesthetic...so fans of all things "Medieval" rejoice!

Bet it becomes somewhat popular with Renaissance Faire fans... may be interesting.

With Reed College near by it might be a hit. There was a Medieval themed restaurant in Portland back in the 70's. Hard to imagine that being a thing again but who knows.

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