Remembering Fedora


The Villager pens perhaps the most complete history to date of bygone Fedora, pointing out that it was one of the first neighborhood restaurants to serve a mixed gay and straight crowd (it was harassed by police as a result) and offering this little anecdote: “One regular once walked into the restaurant with his dinner companions, sat down, raised his finger to motion to a waiter, and died on the spot.” [Villager]