Al Fuchs

Art Print - Steve’s Lunch

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Steve’s Lunch was an iconic 24/7 diner at W. 50th and Lorain. It opened in 1953 and was only closed for two days until it was destroyed by a grease fire in 2015. Known for their hot dogs and Seeburg Consolette table jukeboxes, Steve's Lunch will never be replicated nor forgotten.

10 x 8" print on 8.5 x 11" archival paper

14 x 11" black metal frame with a white mat

Al Fuchs is a Lakewood resident and a commercial photographer. He has a love of photojournalism which guided his early years as a newspaper photojournalist. He still loves telling stories with his photographs, and we are happy to offer some of his best visions of Cleveland for you to hang in your home.