Peter Steinberg

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Peter Steinberg was the Third Owner of the No Exit Café, 6970 N. Glenwood Avenue.

The first thing Steinberg did was to get rid of the racing crowd and throw a chair through the trophy case. This was Steinberg's gesture of freedom. The Japanese game of G0 replaced chess. Mathematicians and computer programmers replaced the race car drivers. Folk music was still the staple part of the culture. Times were good and there were many venues on Chicago for music. No Exit prospered through the efforts of many artists who were working for the satisfaction of the performance.