Crossroads Inn Menu
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Posted by MilesCity.com Webmaster (+8464) 7 months ago
Here's another great submission. A menu from The Crossroads Inn (from about the mid-1970's).


You can find it by clicking the above image or the following link:

http://cdn.milescity.com/...970's).pdf

And also in the History area.

Regards, Larry
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Posted by Shu (+1239) 7 months ago
Pretty sure I've seen this before by way of Hal's hand ether here or on FB, but it is pretty cool.

Every time I see that menu or one similar to it from that era, I ask myself the same question most others probably would: what would those same foods cost if that restaurant were open today? Can't help but wonder...
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+8758) 7 months ago
My brother has some wonderful old black and white photos of my family dining at the Crossroads. Fond memories.
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Posted by David Schott (+10860) 7 months ago
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I saw some of those pics a long time ago when your brother posted a link to them on these forums.

The Crossroads hosted many big parties and events. You would think there would be a ton of photos that show the inside of the place. But I have seen surprisingly few pictures of the inside.
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Posted by Amorette Allison (+8758) 7 months ago
It was dark inside and film was slow.
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Posted by Oddjob (+112) 7 months ago
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Amorette Allison wrote:
It was dark inside and film was slow.


That's probably why somebody invented the "flashbulb".
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Posted by Kacey (+3103) 7 months ago
I have colored photos of my parents 25th anniversary party that we had at the Crossroads. I miss that place.
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Posted by Forsyth Mike (+360) 7 months ago
I loved that menu. I miss "nice" restaurants with "regular" food. Nowadays they are all trying to out-fancy each other and have made it more difficult for "comfort food" fans such as myself to get a satisfying meal in a nice restaurant.
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