Thursday, June 28, 2007

Off-Duty Lights Flash at a Popular Cabbie Hub

By GREGORY BEYER from The New York Times June 24, 2007

For a decade, the small corner diner at 37th Road and 73rd Street in Jackson Heights has beckoned Queens cabdrivers with the promise of good company and middle-of-the-night curry and spicy tea. So popular was the 24-hour restaurant, known as Kabab King, that yellow cabs were routinely seen circling the block, the drivers waiting for a chance to park and pop in for a quick bite before resuming their cruising...
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