Cafes and Restaurants: Coffee Cup
The Lusk Free Lance, June 4, 1953
COFFEE CUP CAFE OPENS NEW DINING ROOM; HAS ALREADY BECOME POPULAR
The Coffee Cup Cafe, regarded as one the finest eating houses in this part of the state, opened its new dining room Tuesday, and since then it has become extremely popular to the establishment's many old and new customers.
The new addition is at the rear of the building in an L-shaped room, of paneled knotty pine walls, with attractive indirect lighting effects, and maple furnishings which match the walls. Two large window in the room provide a view in landscaping that will be most pleasant to the guests. Floor-length wine-colored draw drapes with light green figured panels have been hung at the windows, adding beauty and color to the room.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne Poirer, proprietors of the establishment , have extended considerable time and effort in making the new dining room a place of comfort, beauty, and privacy, while enlarging the cafe to meet the growing demands of their business. The room is so arranged that they are now able to cater to large or small dinner parties of private individuals or club dinners, and can accommodate fifty or more persons on such occasions.
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