2.12.09

VALLE’S STEAKHOUSE










VALLE’S STEAKHOUSE
was located on Post Road in Warwick.

- photo courtesy Carla Vose

12 comments:

  1. Thank you including Valle's. My parents used to take us there as a treat for us kids.

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  2. It was a big deal to go to Valle's as a kid.This was about as "expensive" as my parents were concerned to go out and eat.We always got the Lobster Saute'.And a creme'd'menth parfait for dessert or Strawberry Shortcake.

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  3. I worked there as a busboy in the late 70's early 80s

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  4. Vallie's was my first full time job in 1973
    I was Chef's helper the chef 's name was Aidis (not sure about the spelling)
    he was from Haiti the manager was a big guy named Dennis

    I'll never forget what he said the day I was hired ..he said
    "Well we can't pay you much per hour ($1.60) but we can give you plenty of hours"

    and man did they ever 6:00 a.m.to 6:00 p.m six days a week ..boy the place was busy Mothers day was insane.

    Before working at Vallie's in Warwick. It was a favorite place to eat on the rare occasion when my parents would take us
    N.Y. sirloin was always my order

    Years later I worked as a line cook at the Vallie's in Hallandale Beach Florida

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    1. I worked there 1983-84. I rrmember Chef Adis too. Worked 11:00am to 11:00pm. Started out Fry (where you had flour, eggwash, breadcrumb) done by hand, not pre-made like today, broiler, and steamer. I met my exwife there. I miss those days...

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  5. I REMEMBER THE COOL LADY WHO LOOKED A LOT LIKE DOLLY PARTON WHO WAS THE MAITRE DE. LEARNED SHE HAS NOW PASSED AWAY

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  6. My wife's sister worked there in late 70's. We could get a free lobster dinner there but had to pay if we wanted steak

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  7. How do you pronounce the name of this restaurant?

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  8. Just like valley's i believe miss!!!

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  9. After eating; my Dad would stay in the parking lot to watch the 727 jets land. Loved the heads of lettuce and filet mignon. I too remember Rose the hostess (with the mostess).

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