HERE IS 'STREAMLINED’
Establishment Transformed Into Attractive Luncheonette
New Jersey Restaurant, 230 Federal
Street, has gone modern. The long established eating place
of Harry Calogeris has been transform ed into an attractive
luncheonette. Where once stood the rows of white' tile-top
tables, walnut Pullman style booths greet the eye. The metal
plate walls have been replaced by a neat skirting of walnut'
large horseshoe counter that occupied the center of the floor
has been removed. A single counter running the length of the
room has been installed on one side, luncheonette booths on the
other and tables through the center, making for more space.
has been in the restaurant business 28 years. In 1919 he opened
a restaurant at the southwest corner of Third and Federal
streets, and, in 1924 moved to larger quarters at 230 Federal.
men as well as night crews at nearby industrial plants provide a
steady flow of patrons throughout the night. The restaurant
never closes and meals from light lunches to full course dinners
are available at any hour day or night.
people in the vicinity have patronized my place for more than 15
years," Calogeris said, “and I take great pride in
serving, the best quality of food that can be had. Meats,
vegetables and farm produce are all purchased locally. Eggs
served have been purchased from the same poultry farm for 15
years. Our coffee has held the patronage of numerous persons for
years. The secret is not only in its quality but also in the'
process of making it."
chef with 25 years' experience prepares the dally menu, which
ranges from club breakfasts to popular priced noon luncheons and
evening dinners. Neat, courteous waitresses add to the pleasing
atmosphere of the modernized establishment.