Old black and white photograph of Carson's Triangle Restaurant in Atlantic City, New Jersey circa 1950's (prior to it's renovation and expansion). When prohibition ended, bootlegger Stan Carson had to go legit, so he and his wife Madeline opened a bar and gave away "French Fried Shrimp" to attract customers. Mrs. Carson was French (and an excellent and inventive cook) - originating both "French Fried Shrimp and French Fried Lobster Tails." The restaurant grew in popularity and size and eventually becoming the third most popular seafood restaurant in Atlantic City's heyday (behind Hackney's and Captain Starns.) The restaurant burned to the ground in 1976.
This is a photo printed on excellent quality paper.
Available in two sizes, unframed or in a thin black Lucite frame under glass
8" x 10" or 11" x 14"
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