A Look Back at Greektown in Old New York: The Greeks of the Dixon
Phyllis (Kiki) SembosDixon Cafeteria was located in Midtown Manhattan and was the popular eating place, hosting tourists, workers in the area, and even the corporate world, mainly, because of its cleanliness, fast service and good coffee. The good coffee was, especially, appreciated by a group of middle-aged Greek men who frequented the place every Sunday, occupying the same table situated before the wide, front window. The table seated six. The gentlemen were five, so, a seat was taken away and shuttled into an adjoining table to prevent the uninvited from crashing.
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