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Paramount Cafeteria

Scouring through my old postcards, I came across this old rarely seen view of the Paramount Cafeteria.

The back denotes the cafeteria to be in the basement of the Paramount Building.

The room still exists, and unbelievely has really only seen minor renovations over the years, and only a few small changes.

Today the cafeteria is home to the Thai Restaurant, Basil Court at 327 Ouellette Ave. Excellent food. If you’ve never been it’s worth a visit.

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