QUESTIONS OR COMMENTS:
I guess that Vogel's Cafe was to become the Clint Mott? I note the bricked doorway and the cellar entry. I had a job on a beer truck and rolled many a keg down the skid that lay below doors such as that. For the most part the rear door of each tavern in Trenton led to a small room and was the "Ladies" entrance for a "proper" woman would not be allowed in the tap room of a bar. Hmmmmm, come to think of it I hardly remember seeing a gal "belly up" to any "working class" bar till perhaps the later part of the 1970's?
HI TOM....HAVING BEEN BORN ON MOTT STREET, IT'S A SCENE THAT SEEMS TO HAVE CHANGED A LOT. THE CLINT-MOTT WAS OUR CHOICE FOR GREAT ITALIAN SEA FOOD AND ALWAYS LOOKED FORWARD TO THE MANY NIGHTS AFTER CLOSING OUR HAMILTON BOWLING LANES ON ROUTE 33 AND ALONG WITH FRANK AGABITI WHO OWNED CEDAR GARDENS AT THE TIME IN STOPPING THERE. BEST REGARDS.
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