If you’re a Red Wings fan, the Detroit Eatery on the Danforth was the place to watch the Stanley Cup Wednesday night.
“Every Wings fan in the city was in here; and trust me, there are a lot of us. There was standing room only,” said Chris Antaras, whose family owns the Detroit Eatery on Danforth Ave., near Chester Ave.
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“I was still recovering from the triple overtime game. I’m just glad it’s over — that’s all I can say. I couldn’t take much more.”
The family-owned diner is known for its excessive Wings-memorabilia decor and die-hard fan of an owner. The now 39-year-old Antaras fell in love with the Detroit Red Wings at 15. Even though he was born and raised in Toronto, a lot of his family lives in Detroit.
Yesterday morning, many of the late-night revellers, came back for some morning coffee and eggs. “It was crazy in here,” said Kimon Korkodilos, 43. “Every time they scored a goal, the place went nuts.”