A few days ago, my husband and I ate at the Corner Cafe in Riverside, Missouri. We’ve been there for many meals, but noticed something new this time.
The decor at the Corner Cafe tends toward the old and homey. In a room where we’ve eaten often, beside a table where I think we’ve sat before, was an embossed ceiling tile from the 1866 Platte County, Missouri, Courthouse.
That’s older (if not homier) than any of their other decorative items. And I’d never noticed it before.
When have you noticed something new in an old haunt?
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