Hattie Moon,left, Hal Bowling, center, and Thelma Woods, right, eat their food while Fay Collier, who lives at Alton Park, brings them their drinks Wednesday at the Beth Center Bistro. For $6.99, patrons can enjoy "as much as they care to eat." The bistro will have its grand opening on Nov. 4.
Hattie Moon,left, Hal Bowling, center, and Thelma Woods, right, eat their food while Fay Collier, who lives at Alton Park, brings them their drinks Wednesday at the Beth Center Bistro. For $6.99, patrons can enjoy "as much as they care to eat." The bistro will have its grand opening on Nov. 4.
Photo by Jenna Walker /Chattanooga Times Free Press .
published Thursday, October 27th, 2011
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