Garfield Diner fulfills a dream
In 1927, John and Peter Delmonico went against the grain by opening a restaurant in New York City that offered different foods set at different prices.
At the time, this service was unknown for people in the U.S. who only ate out of the house when guests were present.
In these cases, they went to inns where food was served at a specific time and everyone ate the same thing.
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