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Smoke

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#22 Jun 23, 2012
Floyd Fogg is my Dad, still going strong at 86! He never owned the Tiger Drive in not did he run it. My Uncle Milton owned and operated it. My Dad owned the Frost Top, big root beer mug on top, across from Southside .
Amber Sansone

Lafayette, LA

#23 Aug 13, 2012
Ted Burhenn wrote:
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I still have the old bar. It is located in Hot Springs, AR in one of my warehouses. We restored it and put in in Catfish Corrals and brought it here when we moved.
I just came across this post. Nick Sansone is my great uncle and Matti is my grandfather. Do you have pictures of the bar from the Curve Inn? I would love to see it!!!
montie

Slidell, LA

#24 Jun 24, 2013
larry wrote:
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That theater on Front St. was the "Deluxe"
I remember when Purple Pickle was a Skating Ring
P Dugan

New Orleans, LA

#25 Nov 15, 2013
I bought the old wooden phone booth that was in the bar of the Curve Inn. I still have it in storage, trying to find the time to restore it.
Steve Pena

Biloxi, MS

#26 Jan 4, 2014
I was born n Slidell in 1961 and raised in Bayou Liberty. St. Genevieve Church was just down the road from our house. I would love to see photos of all of these really cool places that are mentioned above. I used to work at the Tammany Theater and the Tiger Drive In as well. I also lived in an apartment that was above the Deluxe Theater/Purple Pickle on Front Street. I also worked a the Slidell Ice House when it first opened. It was a Disco. Great times! I really miss the Slidell of the 60's and 70's. The Arcade Theater was another cool place too!
Steve Pena

Biloxi, MS

#27 Jan 4, 2014
montie wrote:
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I remember when Purple Pickle was a Skating Ring
What year was that?
Missionmind

Bowling Green, KY

#28 Jul 24, 2014
P Dugan wrote:
I bought the old wooden phone booth that was in the bar of the Curve Inn. I still have it in storage, trying to find the time to restore it.
. Oh man, if you ever want to sell that phone booth please let me know. There were two in the Restaurent that I grew up playing in. Only one of them still had the fan that worked from what I remember.
richard

Nashville, TN

#30 Jul 26, 2014
...anyone remember hav'n a milk nectar at the soda fountain on Front (I think) Street...?
richard

Nashville, TN

#31 Jul 26, 2014
...anyone remember hav'n a milk nectar at the soda fountain on Front(I think) Street....?
gwen

Locust Grove, OK

#32 Oct 10, 2014
messedover wrote:
Dang, how about the purple pickle, or even the Frost Top. Floyed Fogg kept the ol' Tiger Drive inn going a long time.....great po boys. Curve inn, Thonn's, Check inn check out, all had great po boys. Where can you find a "real" roast beef po boy now days? They all use that pre-cooked stuff, like deli roast beef..........
!!!!Excellent Roast Beef Po Boys!!!! at Pirates Cove in Pass Christian, MS Fully dressed and dripping with gravy on Leidenheimer French bread from New Orleans.

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