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> Gordon Street Restaurant In 60`s Or Early 70`, one of their dishes was cheese pies with cheesesauce and chips
Agnes & Robert
post 1st Jan 2009, 06:48am
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QUOTE (bilbo.s @ 18th Oct 2008, 08:36pm) *
No. The Ca'd'oro is a big building at corner of Union Street & Gordon Street. Had a big fire years ago but was re-instated. It had a Stakis basement restaurant in basement El Guero (late fifties early sixties). Reo Stakis also had his lace importing offices here.

I can still visualise tha C'adora ,fantastic restaurant ,that area was my favourite part of town
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There were other things on he menu but the cheese pies and sauce were the most memorable,it was very busy and there was seating upstairs. I think it is now the Halifax in Gordon Street. I would be over the moon if anyone could tell me it`s name

This the Bank that you are talking about my Wife and I use this Bank as you know it is now called Halifax

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post 15th Oct 2010, 02:46am
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My mother used to work in a "James Craig's Tearooms" in Gordon St (1947 on) and I believe that it was near Thomas Cook's Travel Offices.


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post 8th Apr 2011, 10:38pm
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Reids in Gordon street. Downstairs used to meet the lads after work in it before going to a tennis match in the late 1950s to maybe mid 1960s. Used to do macaroni cheese and chips.
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