Weekend Shot: Office Space
Offices come in many shapes and forms.
Some have windows and a door. Some are the cab of a rig.
And Some face Main Street in Freehold, New Jersey.
I didn’t get his name, but this is part of the office for the guy that mans the grill at the Tony’s Freehold Grill.
Built in 1947, it’s a beautiful example of the classic NJ diner. Stainless steel exterior, small-ish booths, good prices
Kids had the chicken finders. I had the chicken salad club and a coffee. No crazy Starbucks flavors or prices.
Just good, black diner coffee.
A tasty lunch was had by all there, even with Matt spilling his apple juice and nearly drenching my camera. That’ll teach me to keep it on the seat next to me.
Then it was off to the Monmouth Museum, where I was pleasantly surprised to find some David Plowden images hanging in the gallery.
Saturday lunch + classic NJ diner + office space = This Weekend Shot
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