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"I have families from Louisiana and Alabama that I'm meeting the fourth generation of the family," she added. "That is amazing to me.

Joe Eddie's was opened in 1954 in downtown Fort Walton Beach by two brothers, Joe and Eddie Polazzo. Joe Polazzo had been stationed at Eglin while in the Air Force and decided to stay in the area after leaving the military. He talked his brother into opening the restaurant with him.

"I have families from Louisiana and Alabama that I'm meeting the fourth generation of the family," she added. "That is amazing to me.

"We get involved with the customers," Ann said. "We know a lot about their families and they know a lot about us. I have local people who come in all the time and I've seen their kids grow up.

Joe Eddie's celebrated the 60th anniversary of the restaurant's opening on Aug. 19, 1954. Long time owner Ann Perillo, who owns the restaurant with her husband Gerard, attributed their success to not only putting out a good product, but the way they treat their customers.

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In 1962, they hired their nephew Gerard Perillo and about a year later Ann joined the staff as well, which is how she met her husband. Gerard and Ann purchased the business in 1973.

"The food is great, the price is right, but we're friends," Gauvin said. "They go around meeting everybody and chitchatting."

At the time, a cup of coffee cost a nickel and a breakfast of two eggs, sausage or bacon, grits, hash browns and a biscuit cost 75 cents.

stepped away from the day to day operations of the restaurant around August 2008 when Joe Eddie's reopened in their current location on Eglin Parkway. One of Ann's goals for the future is to also retire and let their kids continue to take over the business.

That attention to their customers has not gone unnoticed.

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most businesses never reach.

"We get involved with the customers," Ann said. "We know a lot about their families and they know a lot about us. I have local people who come in all the time and I've seen their kids grow up.

"I'm hoping it will continue on down."

In 1962, they hired their nephew Gerard Perillo and about a year later Ann joined the staff as well, which is how she met her husband. Gerard and Ann purchased the business in 1973.

"I'm hoping it will continue on down."

´╗┐Joe Eddie's celebrates 60 years in business

Oxford, Mississippi, resident Joe Gauvin has been a regular customer at Joe Eddie's since 1966 and was a regular there while he was an officer with the Fort Walton Beach Police Department. Even though he no longer lives in the area, he tries to get back to town and eat at the restaurant two or three times a year.

New Balance Women's 410

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That attention to their customers has not gone unnoticed.

Oxford, Mississippi, resident Joe Gauvin has been a regular customer at Joe Eddie's since 1966 and was a regular there while he was an officer with the Fort Walton Beach Police Department. Even though he no longer lives in the area, he tries to get back to town and eat at the restaurant two or three times a year.

At the time, a cup of coffee cost a nickel and a breakfast of two eggs, sausage or bacon, grits, hash browns and a biscuit cost 75 cents.

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The original Joe Eddie's building on Florida Place was demolished in October 2006. The business reopened at its current location on Eglin Parkway, south of Racetrack Road, in 2008.

Joe Eddie's was opened in 1954 in downtown Fort Walton Beach by two brothers, Joe and Eddie Polazzo. Joe Polazzo had been stationed at Eglin while in the Air Force and decided to stay in the area after leaving the military. He talked his brother into opening the restaurant with New Balance Women's 410 him.

Tuesday, but in truth it was a milestone that most businesses never reach.

New Balance Women's 410

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The original Joe Eddie's building on Florida Place was demolished in October 2006. The business reopened at its current location on Eglin Parkway, south of Racetrack Road, New Balance 420 Green

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"The food is great, the price is right, but we're friends," Gauvin said. "They go around meeting everybody and chitchatting."

Joe Eddie's celebrated the 60th anniversary of the restaurant's opening on Aug. 19, 1954. Long time owner Ann Perillo, who owns the restaurant with her husband Gerard, attributed their success to not only putting out a good product, but the way they treat their customers.

Gerard stepped away from the day to day operations of the restaurant around August 2008 when Joe Eddie's reopened in their current location on Eglin Parkway. One of Ann's goals for the future is to also retire and let their kids continue to take over the business. Tuesday, but in truth it was a milestone that New Balance 420 Burgundy Perforated Suede Trainers

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