A Fond Look Back at Miss Hulling's

The well-known cafeteria was known for its pink walls and delicious take-home split cakes.

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Miss Hullings memories

When I was growing up through the '60s, most Fridays our mom would drive us to meet dad downtown at his office (1533 Washington -- very different then) and then go to dinner. Miss Hullings was the choice about half the time. I remember the unusual steps you climbed down from street level to the entrance. I almost always chose the prime rib, sliced in front of me from the standing roast. I remember my dad often had the scallops, breaded and deep fried. It was a favorite, with good food and no wait, especially when us three kids were younger. I have a particular vision of our table covered with a myriad of plates, dishes and glasses when we got up to leave. Thanks for bringing it up -- I'm smiling as I write this.

nosh 306 days ago

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