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Finally, in 1982, William Alan Berg bought the Ranstead building with the idea of turning the entire place into a restaurant. Al Berg acquired the recipe for the “Burns’ Malts” - rich & tasty malted milkshakes made popular at Burns Pharmacy on Bluff City Boulevard; renovated the street level store, and opened the second floor to the public, creating one restaurant called Al’s Café & Creamery. Al Berg passed away at the age of 34 & his family continued the business he had started and successfully operated until it became impractical to continue. In 1998, Al’s Café was sold to Julia Hugee-Pedersen & ultimately sold to the present owners: Chef Tony Jamin & Patricia Jamin in 2005. The Randstead, today, remains much the same way it started; big, bold and beautiful standing on the corner of DuPage St. — now DuPage Court and Spring Street.

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Finally, in 1982, William Alan Berg bought the Ranstead building with the idea of turning the entire place into a restaurant. Al Berg acquired the recipe for the “Burns’ Malts” - rich & tasty malted milkshakes made popular at Burns Pharmacy on Bluff City Boulevard; renovated the street level store, and opened the second floor to the public, creating one restaurant called Al’s Café & Creamery. Al Berg passed away at the age of 34 & his family continued the business he had started and successfully operated until it became impractical to continue. In 1998, Al’s Café was sold to Julia Hugee-Pedersen & ultimately sold to the present owners: Chef Tony Jamin & Patricia Jamin in 2005. The Randstead, today, remains much the same way it started; big, bold and beautiful standing on the corner of DuPage St. — now DuPage Court and Spring Street.

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