Lincoln-Drexel Building (1930's) - Five (5) Napkin Burger on Lincoln Rd. Mall

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5 Napkin is a small chain (5) of upscale hamburger joints with a full bar, wine list and waiters. The napkin they provide is cloth, but contrary to their name, they supply initially only one.

They did a wonderful job on reno (2011) of the 2 story Art Deco Lincoln-Drexel Building. (1930's). Lincoln Road Mall (1960's) is one of the first pedestrian zones in the USA.

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Comments (42)

Det Lindinger on September 14, 2012

Super,toll Tomas........like38+Fav

Viele Grüße Det!

xacobeo4 on October 19, 2013

Hi Tom,This corner looks fantastic,The other one, before gave me sadness, but this building is just as cute I i was over there at the time, nothing is the same, (I mean) as the past but that architecture is unmatched, my parents lived all.iy my ride was great for ice cream and go to woolworth all brings me happy and sad memory, Wonderful photo, I'll take it with me to remember, I will return, for now good night, Happy Autumn,Rebeca

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  • Uploaded on April 30, 2012
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    by Tomros - Pano
    • Camera: Panasonic DMC-ZS5
    • Taken on 2011/12/12 14:06:58
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