Legacies: A History Journal for Dallas and North Central Texas, Volume 10, Number 2, Fall, 1998 Page: 51
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Little Bit of Sweden, on Oak Lawn at Hall, offered a
smorgasbord of "delightfulfoods served amid the gayly
colorful atmosphere of old world charm."
La Tunisia, located in Exchange Park
near Love Field, advertised the
"romantic setting of a great desert tent."
Greeting guests was Abdull, a 7-foot-tall
Watusi who wasformerly a palace guard
for Sheik Hassan of Morocco.
The Little Red Barn on Hillcrest
acrossfrom SMUspecialized in
family-style dinners. "Ifyou enjoy
eating down on the farm, try [our]
country cooking," it advertised.
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