Having read about a restaurant that's not a restaurant
in Muncie's newspaper, The Star Press, my daughter-in-law and I decided to eat lunch together at Chesterfield's. The food is cooked and served by Ivy Tech students that are studying the culinary courses. Of course, I had my camera with me so I had fun capturing lots of interesting items, not including the food.
|I'm sure that many of downtown workers will be taking advantage of the Valentine Day's sale tomorrow.|
|I think this is Virginia Mayo, an actress in the 1940s and 1950s.|
|The table at far right is where daugher-in-law and I enjoyed our food.|
|The turkey Reuben is exquisitely tasty!|
Although the pumpernickel bread is not yet baked by the students, one of the teachers told me that they would after they've learned about it in the classroom.
|The only person I recognize in this trio of Chesterfield ads is the actress at the left. She is Lana Turner, whose legs were insured by the movie studio for $1,000,000 by Lloyd's of London.|
|The posted hours are in sync with students' class times.|
|I love the arch between the two table areas.|
|When I come another time, I am sure that I will order from this menu. Prices are affordable to many who have limited funds for dining out because they don't need to make a profit. |
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