One of the Bay Area's oldest restaurants is saying goodbye after 102 years of operation. Estrada's Restaurant held a public closing celebration on Sunday.
The legacy of the restaurant, which has changed owners several times over the years, is partly tied to a menu that features Mexican and Caribbean cuisine.
"I have all the original menus from day one, but you're not going to get it for that price today!" said current co-owner Bernadette Aggen. Menu items like the sizzling salads originally sold for $1.25, but that price has changed over time.
"The sizzling, the smell, the flavor. It's a lot of food. Everything you want in a meal," enthused Marty Cobb, who worked at the restaurant 40 years ago as a waitress.
Cobb, who was with husband Rick celebrating their 17th wedding anniversary, is evidence that the restaurant is also about making memories.