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« Reply #15 on: August 02, 2017, 03:40:54 pm »

Is “Frank’s” the hamburger stand west of Elm on Kenosha on the south side of the road?

We used to eat there about daily when I worked at a small motorcycle repair shop in BA in the early 1980’s.  I just had a flashback to that place.


Sold a few years ago.   It has been a little family run Thai place for a while.   
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« Reply #16 on: August 02, 2017, 05:49:42 pm »

Is “Frank’s” the hamburger stand west of Elm on Kenosha on the south side of the road?

We used to eat there about daily when I worked at a small motorcycle repair shop in BA in the early 1980’s.  I just had a flashback to that place.

Frank's was awesome!
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« Reply #17 on: August 03, 2017, 09:39:34 am »

Is “Frank’s” the hamburger stand west of Elm on Kenosha on the south side of the road?

We used to eat there about daily when I worked at a small motorcycle repair shop in BA in the early 1980’s.  I just had a flashback to that place.



I think that was Frank's - never paid attention to the name.  Went there quite a few times many years ago and it was good, but drifted away for some reason...not sure why... It's Thai Garden now.

Franklin's is a new place on main that is where the Angus Inn steakhouse used to be.  Across street east of Main Street Tavern.  Not great....

Bike shop was west of there on north side, wasn't it??  I think there is a tire shop there now. ??   Wasn't Harley, so I never paid attention to it.

Rhema is taking over so much of that mile, it's tough to keep up.

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« Reply #18 on: August 03, 2017, 07:35:02 pm »


I think that was Frank's - never paid attention to the name.  Went there quite a few times many years ago and it was good, but drifted away for some reason...not sure why... It's Thai Garden now.

Franklin's is a new place on main that is where the Angus Inn steakhouse used to be.  Across street east of Main Street Tavern.  Not great....

Bike shop was west of there on north side, wasn't it??  I think there is a tire shop there now. ??   Wasn't Harley, so I never paid attention to it.

Rhema is taking over so much of that mile, it's tough to keep up.



That was Dick Lane’s you are thinking of.  First Kawasaki then they added Yamaha.  I worked for an indie shop on Walnut south of Kenosha in the industrial park.  I think Lane’s old building became the Rhema print shop about 20 some years ago.
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