Joey’s by the Shore has shifted to winter hours (Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Friday through Sunday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.).
They’ve added soups and other seasonal items. There’s Elvira Mae’s great coffee bar too.
Customer traffic may be slower, but the Old Mill neighborhood relies on Joey’s. Just as they did for 20 years with Elvira’s. And — decades earlier — Kenny Montgomery’s store.
But even before that, there was a market at the foot of Compo Hill.
When Betsy and Hal Kravitz opened Elvira Mae’s, their across-the-street neighbor Robin Tauck gave them this:
Sheila Bergmann sent it along. She lives up the hill, and is fascinated by the photo.
So am I.
At the time this was taken, the Old Mill Market — featuring Park City Ice Cream — was also the temporary office of the Compo Hill Developing Co. They offered “Restricted Building Sites for Sale.”
“Restricted” as in “limited options for what can be built”? Or “restricted” as in “No Jews Allowed”?
It’s clear that Compo Hill was ripe for development. How lucky the neighbors are that the little store at the bottom survived the building boom that followed.
If you remember the Old Mill Market, or anything else about Compo Hill from those years — whenever they were — click “Comments” below.