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June 21, 2013

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Bob

"there is really nothing better than the combination of people you love and food you love at the same table."
Amen, brother!

Jim Hofman

I spent a lot of time at Bertucci's, I loved the mother-daughter waitress team from "da neighborhood" and how they used to ask me "Do you want saaahh-zidge wit dat?"

Lunches were the best, a great mixture of city workers and neighborhood types and families. Menu on the chalkboard. They were there since 1934, so 79 years is a damn good run I guess. Bertucci's may be gone, but the memories linger.

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  • Dan Epstein is the author of Big Hair and Plastic Grass: A Funky Ride Through Baseball and America in the Swinging '70s and Stars and Strikes: Baseball and America in the Bicentennial Summer of '76, both published by Thomas Dunne Books/St. Martin's Press. He writes about baseball, music and other cultural obsessions for a variety of outlets and publications. He lives in Southern California, and is available for speaking engagements.