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"Pure rye bread" is a remembrance of many decades ago, when Garfield residents were much more likely to have roots in Eastern Europe than Latin America.
Palisade BakerySurviving sign, Garfield, New Jersey
August 01, 2011 in Bakeries, Bergen County, Signage | Permalink
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Could this be related to the Palisade Park Bakery? Maybe no rye, but tons of sugary goodness sold there. I'm sure the 'true' Garfield would love this place. :)
August 02, 2011 at 08:37 AM
Unlikely. The bakery, and other businesses past and present, were named for Palisade Ave. in Garfield. Not that I have anything against sugary goodness!
Dave Cook |
August 02, 2011 at 09:23 AM
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