Manganaro's Hero Boy

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Tony Bad
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2006/03/27 09:58:10 (permalink)

Manganaro's Hero Boy

After a new review appeared a few weeks ago I went searching for an old post card I had gotten when Hero Boy first opened in the 60's. Thought some of you might find it funny...particularly the prices...60 cents to $1.70 for a hero!





Think the guy in the photo could look any less interesting? They used to give kids a hat like the guy is wearing...don't know what happened to that!
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    TJ Jackson
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    RE: Manganaro's Hero Boy 2006/03/27 10:13:15 (permalink)
    6.75?

    I'll take two to go, please :-)
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    Ashphalt
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    RE: Manganaro's Hero Boy 2006/03/27 11:00:02 (permalink)
    Thanks! We had this postcard (with later prices) on our refrigerator in NYC, next to a photo of my roommate with Larry "Bud" Melman of the early David Letterman show.

    The review got me thinking about the postcard and the sandwiches. For a while my Boss ordered a couple of the large ones, much longer than 6 feet, for a monthly department lunch. Actually, pretty good stuff.
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    sk bob
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    RE: Manganaro's Hero Boy 2006/09/03 13:02:46 (permalink)
    THebest thing about Manganaro's is the baked ziti. big helping of ziti loaded with fresh mozzarella, good sauce and bread. $10.00 on 9-1-06
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