Sandra Houston It was on Ottawa Street I think
Nora HeadleyBadour’s was across from the “old” water tower. It was the second building before Harold Street, as you are leaving town. They had juke boxes.
Mary Anne HarrisonAcross from my Grammie Carroll’s on Ottawa Street.
Mary Anne HarrisonIt was a real treat to stay in town and get to go across the street to the restaurant.
Peggy ByrneThe white three story Badour house on the corner of Ottawa St. and Harold St. is currently for sale and the restaurant was in the smaller building beside it.
Bob BranjeGail farrell was a badour. Believe her family owned ot and gail worked in diner connected to it.was farrell home fr years.
Stacey Farrellmy granny was Gale Badour and her mother was Laura Badour that owner the 44 inn it was indeed on Ottawa street!!
Donna BeauvaisI rented a small apt when Gail was working the diner. The Badours treated me very well and even though it was small I enjoyed my time there. They were wonderful people and I always remember them with fondness. .
Gwen OneillDonna Beauvais yes mrs Badour helped my mom when my family had Mel’s snack bar and I believe Gail worked there as well all with Marlene and Sandra Perfitt.Great fun there with Gail and Jerome
Cathy PatersonMy Mom worked there
Theresa C ToshIt was located right beside the apartment building on the corner of Ottawa and Harold street. There’s a small house there now. My aunt worked there.
Sharon SavardSpent a lot of time in the Forty Four Inn We just called it Badours.
Ray O’KeefeOne of my favorite eating places on Sat. night. Food was great and the prices were affordable.
Mary Anne HarrisonDidn’t Gail work at the original Mammas Place after Badour’s closed.
Arlene SavardYes she did M A, was a great waitress too.