On this date in 1976, the Long Independent Press-Telegram ran the following ad for the Tiny Naylors restaurant in the Seal Beach Shopping Center, featuring a STEAK BONANZA” of daily steak specials.
The Tiny Naylors (also once known as the Wooden Shoe) building was demolished a few years ago, so you’ll have to look elsewhere for “”A Mighty Meat at a Mini Price.”
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