Recent renovations to the closed down laundromat on the corner of Main and John Streets unearthed a formerly hidden of relic of bygone Tarrytown social life.
Workers on the new restaurant planned to occupy the former laundromat which closed several years ago discovered two beautiful signs above the window frames.
One, a rusted blue and white enamel sign simply says Café, whilst the other was painted white onto glass, saying Main Café. The signs look to date from the 1940s-1950s and we’re currently researching more into what the Café was like! Any information from our readers is greatly welcomed!