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Remembering Pals Cabin


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Remembering Pals Cabin (via NJ News Commons)

Pals Cabin, a steak house that launched Liberace’s career and was a stomping ground for Frank Sinatra in the 1950′s, ended an 81-year run on Saturday night. Beloved by generations of Essex County residents, the Tudor-style restaurant, which began as an outdoor hamburger stand, is becoming a CVS…

If you want something to remember Pals by, all of its equipment, furniture and decorations will be auctioned off on Monday, June 10, at 11 a.m. You can preview the auction here.

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