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50-year family connection: Refurbished Chop Suey Hut celebrates anniversary in Woodstock

A mural of Rosita Tom, mother of Richard Tom and Esther Theofanous, graces the area behind the counter at Chop Suey Hut on Throop Street. Rosita, who passed away in 2004, and her husband, James, started Chop Suey Hut on Calhoun Street in 1971. (Independent photo by Ken Farver)
When Chop Suey Hut’s dining room reopened in mid-June, co-owner Esther Theofanous said her biggest satisfaction was “being able to see everyone’s smiling faces.” After the stay-at-home order took effect […]
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