I remember Lazio's very well.
I worked in Willits in the early 70's and again in the early 80's. My family was in Oregon so I traveled back and forth quite often.
Every time I went through Eureka, if the time was right I stopped and had dinner at Lazio's.
My favorite dish was a seafood casserole. I had such a hunger for that casserole on Monday night that I mentioned to my wife that we should try to get that recipe. She said Google it and so I did.
I knew the restaurant had burned down and is no longer at the foot of "C" street, because I looked for it the few times that I passed through. But I was not aware of the terrible dis-service that the City of Eureka had done to Mr.Lazio.
When will our government bodies both large and small realize that it is not the governments that built this great country and it's economy. It was the people like Tom & Larry Lazio, despite the arrogance of a growing government, that thinks it should control each and every step of our progress.
For Larry's and my childrens sake, I hope our governments will again let us utilize our dreams to enterprise and freedom.
PS; If Larry reads this comment, I am still dying to taste that cassarole again. I would like to taste it in Lazio's restraunt, but if not there, maybe he would share it with me. It would go no further, except with a few close friend whom with I could share the delicacy and the story.
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