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Don Boyd | all galleries >> Memories of Old Hialeah, Old Miami and Old South Florida Photo Galleries - largest non-Facebook collection on the internet >> Miami Area RESTAURANTS, Drive-Ins, Bars, Lounges, Liquor Stores, Clubs, Strip Joints, etc. Gallery - All Years - click to view > 1964 - Black Angus restaurant on Collins Avenue (A1A), Sunny Isles
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1964 - Black Angus restaurant on Collins Avenue (A1A), Sunny Isles

Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles, Florida

Pretty cheap for a steak dinner, and the meat wasn't top quality as I recall, but the minimum wage was $1.25 for 1964 thru 1966. Note the Esso gas station in the background.

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CHANNING BRODSKY 30-May-2019 13:10
Hi Dennis, I would love to hear more...please email me if that is OK with you
I look forward to hearing from you!
Channing Brodsky
Dennis 10-Mar-2016 17:03
I worked for Herbert and Jack when I was 16 years old at the office warehouse. They treated me great. I met Jack again when working at Nolan Brown Caddy in Bay Harbor about a year later. This was after the terrible fire in Biscayne Blvd. Born and raised in Miami. 1950. Dennis (owner of the Pink Panther) a 1960 Rambler.
Guest 04-Jun-2013 01:05
I also Bremen the Black Angus on 49 Street in Palm Springs section of Hialeah. They had some very good country acts back then. The Dude Steak was what us kids got. If memory was a marinated skirt steak. Channing, would you happen to know what the marinade consisted of, and could you tell us all please?
Don Boyd05-Jun-2010 15:06
Channing, thank you very much for writing in. Your dad is remembered by a lot of people and I thank you for your words.

Channing Brodsky 04-Jun-2010 19:16
Herbert Brodsky (my father) and Jack Silver were the 2 ORIGINAL owners and founders of "Blank Angus" :)
Channing Brodsky 04-Jun-2010 19:16
Thank you so much for posting this BEAUTIFUL picture of my daddies restaurant back in 1964; I am forever grateful! God Bless :)
guest 01-Feb-2010 03:41
Black Angus was one of my dad's favorite places to eat, can you imagine a steak for a $1.69 heck didn't that include a salad and rolls too. those were the days and I bet gas at that Esso in the background was less than a quarter a gallon.
Stephen LeQuier12-Aug-2007 04:58
I love your collection of photos, thank you for sharing. My mother was the cashier at the Black Angus restaurant at the time this photo was taken.