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  • Sophia’s restaurant is one of those diners tucked into a long narrow building in the downtown Cincinnati area, and operating for about 20 years. The building is more than a 100 years old. About 15’ wide and 60’ long, it seats about 40 people serving breakfast and lunch. The grill is at the front for all to see as they enter or from the street as people walk by. Booths line the sides, and tables with the cushy chairs fill the center. The cook is friendly, and if the waitress doesn’t know your name, she calls you “Hon.”

    The Gyros are great.

    See you on the highway.

    Brent
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