In 1950, a certain Edna Mazza bought the Sugar Bowl in Darien with the idea of working it herself with a small staff. It would serve classic comfort food, a business idea that, when done right by a caring owner, is as close to a sure thing as you’re going to find in America. Edna Mazza was a hard worker, the number one requirement in the restaurant trade. Irish/German, she was married to an Italian businessman. Her three sons were put through college with the proceeds derived from selling bacon, eggs and a near infinite stack of pancakes.
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