First of all, we have this red gingham number with eyelet lace trim:
We wore red aprons with it, and I didn't have one of those, so I pinned a place mat on her so that you could at least get the general idea.
(We had pockets on the apron to hold our ticket books.)
but I think they may have had one other.
These were comfortable and practical; they washed up really nicely and looked very professional:
That's my dear friend Robin with me - in front of my Toyota, out behind the restaurant:
People gave some of them to me.
My fave is that colorful one at top left in the photo below:
In this, the oldest picture, you see the very first uniforms we wore!
This one was taken back in 1977:
It was a wonderful place to work and to EAT, and I have a lot of great memories of the place!
It was owned by Bob and Sue Dixon, and was located at 22268 Parrott's Ferry Road in Columbia.
Two years after the restaurant closed, their daughter Lorraine published this cookbook: