Pete’s Satire Lounge, 1920 E. Colfax Ave. in Cheesman Park, celebrated its 60-year anniversary in December.
The Satire Lounge was the first of the family-owned Pete’s Restaurants …
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The Satire Lounge was the first of the family-owned Pete’s Restaurants concepts that got started by the late Pete Contos. Next to come was Pete’s Kitchen, 1962 E. Colfax Ave., also in Cheesman Park, which opened December of 1988. Pete’s University Park Café opened in 1996, and Pete’s Central One, 300 S. Pearl St. in West Washington Park, opened February of 1998.
To learn more about the restaurants, visit petesrestaurants.com.
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