This was a restaurant chain known as the Denver drumstick in Denver where I lived for a while in the 50's;  they opened one up in ABQ & it lasted a while;  at the edge of Hoffmantown.  Great chicken;  they had a model train they ran around the top of the restaurant that would drive you nuts if it was running much.

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Hubby remembers that place fondly. I don't. LOL :D I think it closed and later became The Spaghetti Machine?

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