In 1963, my dad opened "Jimbo's," which he partnered with Jimmy Gambino. Jimbo's became a local favorite neighborhood pub with many 'regulars' stopping in for a cold beer. 


My father was well-known for being a very generous man.  A local Politician, he would always help the less fortunate. 


We have a tremendous appreciation for the patrons who spent many years frequenting Jimbo's, and because of that, we have become a very well-known, popular place in the South Shore area. 

It was always my dream to have my own business and, in 2001, I purchased Jimmy Gambino's portion of the business. We kept the name Jimbo's for four years until my father suggested we change the name to "The Next Page."

In 2002, my dad was diagnosed with cancer. He passed only 6 weeks later. Our family took turns spending valuable quality time with my father and I cherish those days. 

THE HISTORY OF THE NEXT PAGE CAFE

Eddie Page


After my father passed, it seemed fitting that

"The Next Page" was the right name.

I strive to live up to the man he was and carry on his legacy.  His memory lives on in all of his children and I am happy to continue the tradition with

The Next Page Cafe.

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