I periodically Google and see what comes up for "Dubrow's Cafeteria". It never fails to amaze me how it pops up often. It was such an important fixture in New York City for so many decades.
This reference comes from an article by Michael Horowitz in The Daily Beast:
"In 1952, my father, his wife, and his daughter immigrated to New York. Based on his stellar reputation, he was able to join the International Ladies’ Garment Workers Union, then one of the largest unions in America. Eventually, he was hired to be a “finisher” and sample maker for Oscar de la Renta, whose shop was on 39th Street between Broadway and 7th Avenue. It was across the street from Dubrow’s cafeteria, where we’d often meet him after work. Then we’d walk down to Macy’s, which at the time had a butcher shop on the ground floor where we’d buy meat."