I bet the menu was greasy!
It might have looked a little like this inside.
Look at all the signs. What's the name of this place?
Ford lunch 6 times!
Looks like every seat is a window seat,
Makes me remember the lunch counters at Woolworth's - Another name from the past.
My Auntie Theresa worked the lunch counter at the University (Seattle) Woolworths for years - used to be a treat (& quite the outing packing up 6 kids !) for our folks to take us up there for lunch.
One of my Dad's occasional throwaway lines was, "I bought at the dime store and it was woolworth the money."
The creaky wood floors and squeaking screen doors sure added a feel to those kinds of places. Jay keeps on taking us back there.
I gotta remember that, unfortunately most young folks today wouldn't get it!
Boy, I sure remember those places!
I had two great aunts who ran a similar greasy spoon in San Jose, CA in the 1940's (a little before my time). They were pretty rough and ready gals, even later in their lives when I remember them. Neither had a "politically correct" bone in their body. I've heard some stories that by today's standards would have been a problem. Back then they just did and said what was needed, no frills.
Gotta love it!