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 Have two Roadfood classics reopened?

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buffetbuster

Have two Roadfood classics reopened? Mon, 02/16/09 10:30 AM (permalink)
While my group of four was in Memphis over the weekend, we stopped and had lunch at the Woman's Industrial Exchange.  While talking with one of the women there about the place, she told me the location in Baltimore was open.  I told her that it had closed a few years back, but she insisted they were at a group function just last year.  Looking at the website, it looks like they may have reopened.
 
http://www.womansindustrialexchange.org/
 
Also, The Four Way Grill in Memphis was a staple in the older Roadfood books.   But, it closed sometime in the 1990s.  While driving around town over the weekend, I noticed a place called Four Way Restaurant.  The sign outfront said something like, "Started in 1945, Re-established in 2003".  It looks like it may be in the same location, too.  Does anyone know if it is owned by the same people?  Has anyone eaten there lately?
 
These are both potentially great news for Roadfood lovers! 
<message edited by buffetbuster on Mon, 02/16/09 10:32 AM>
 
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