Old-time photos and other memorabilia will be shared and moments recalled during the event, set for Saturday, Oct. 19, from 6:30-9:30 p.m., at the Greek Orthodox Church on Anderson Avenue.
Many attendees will no doubt remember the Yankee Tower. The white-brick, 82-seat landmark — at the foot of Fairview Avenue off Broad — closed in 2001, ending an era that lasted exactly 50 years and 93 days.
Still, the memories created by the Cangilosi family and the equal-opportunity wise-cracking waitresses remained — as has the much-sought-after recipe for the diner’s signature meatloaf (It’s the cheese inside that does the trick).
Also being served at the event: roast beef, meatballs, french fries and desert.
Tickets must be pre-purchased only.
They’re available at these Fairview businesses:
Advanced Physical Medicine Center, 222 Bergen Blvd, (201) 945-1156
GSL Savings Bank, 215 Bergen Blvd (Fair Ridge Plaza), (201) 943-8200
Christo Vardakis & Associates LLC, 81 Anderson Ave, (201) 941-2131
Schmitt Real Estate LLC, 337 Bergen Blvd, (201) 313-2222
Al D’s Landscaping, 174 Sedor Ave., (201) 945-0069
FOR MORE INFO: Contact any of the businesses listed
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