“Oh, no part locally, have to call the factory in N. Carolina. Be here overnight Wednesday. Oh, they need to manufacture the part, be here overnight, Thursday. No part Thursday.”
“Flood season starts November 1, and we have always brought the tent down by then, but we are excited to keep it up for an extra month, which helps make ends meet until we can reopen more fully.”
“Check it out! Happy Hour 4-8pm Monday-Friday. The complete menu is online. We thank you for everything you are doing to help us through this difficult time, for your visits, and for all the kind messages of support.”
“We are open for dinner only 4-8pm every day until we can staff up for lunch and brunch. There is a new on-line take out menu. Happy Hour will be back soon!”
“We closed the restaurant on March 19, as our business is all dine-in. We gave much of our perishable food to the staff and donated the rest to River City Food Bank.”
“Now my dream/nightmare is me standing in water in the kitchen, trying to squeegee water into a drain, which is backed up. We haven’t heard from the plumber; towel barriers are up to prevent water entering the dining room and the water is getting higher. Wait a second, that was reality, not a dream!”
in February is that after many years of the same old Happy Hour food, we have switched it up. The new preparations are:
Our Chefs have been busy. Happy Hour is getting a complete revamp, with lots of new preparations and presentations. We’ve all been tasting them over the last month, so we’re excited to see what you think!
We’re drinking whisk(e)y on Monday November 4 with Chris, whose extensive knowledge of spirits will become immediately apparent.