Windsor Grand Cafe

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

foto © Donovan Klotzbeacher

Diners sometimes have clever design elements that catch the eye as you drive by.

This cafe located in East Windsor has been variously known as the Golden Coach, the Claremont, and now, the Windsor Grand Cafe.  In spite of a recent renovation, the current owners seem to have been forced to close down.  I expect their menu, prices, etc. didn’t appeal to the local population.

The outside of the structure is visually interesting.  If only they could get the right combination of food, price and friendly staff, I’m sure someone could make a go of it.

f.l. = 50mm, aperture f11, shutter 1/100 sec, ISO 100; perspective adjusted in photoshop resulting in somewhat of a looming effect.

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One Response to Windsor Grand Cafe

  1. Jean D. says:

    I didn’t even know they had reopened. Wonder what happened. I’m beginning to think that place is jinxed.

    Great picture. It really accents the style of the building. Kind of Art Deco, I guess? At least it looks like the 1930′s.

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