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Category Archives: Restaurants
Thank you for stopping in with words of encouragement and a hug and a what-the-heck comment. And thanks for the emails and words of support. And… please don’t stop patronizing a business because of one person’s mistake. If you already … Continue reading
Courtney, Kris and I recently had a girls weekend in Boise. Basically, that means we went shopping and ate well. We tried to go to Brick 29 Bistro for lunch in Nampa, and they were closed. We were so bummed. … Continue reading
The last two nights were busy at the restaurant. Saturday was controlled chaos with lots of larger groups (attending the nearby district basketball tournaments) and so we broke our sales record for the year so far. Given, we’re only about … Continue reading
I surprised my mom last weekend by showing up to celebrate her 60th birthday. I was able to get the front gals to cover my shifts, and Whitey pulled a double one of the days. I really, truly love Bend, … Continue reading
I’m fine. Good. Dandy. I don’t check the stats of my blog enough, obviously, and didn’t realize that y’all are stalkers and need a UPwOCD fix (yeah, you too, JB). The restaurant has been busy; steady enough that we’re all … Continue reading
I woke myself up this morning by slapping myself in the face. I was dreaming that I had walked into a single strand of a spider web and the biggest hobo spider was crawling on my head. He wasn’t able … Continue reading
I’m going through a slight burn-out phase at work. I’ve been working 11 a.m. till close every day (9 or 10 p.m.), sometimes even getting called in early because of a big order. And of course, I still do work … Continue reading
Real cowboys eat at Paizano’s. This particular young man is sweet on one of our front girls. He stopped in to pick up lunch, spurs and all. He may be great on the ranch, but he’ll never make it as … Continue reading
We closed for the entire 4th of July weekend. It was a last-minute decision, but unanimously agreed to by our crew. On Friday night, as I was cleaning the make line, I realized that I was about to have TWO ENTIRE … Continue reading
This beer was pretty dang good. I found it, and the latest Mirror Mirror ale at BELLA in downtown Baker. I haven’t tried the Mirror Mirror yet, but am looking forward to sharing it during the Tuesday night Homebrew Club … Continue reading
Our little town has a new restaurant and art gallery; Earth & Vine. I love this place. Painted aubergine and sage (aka: purple and green), and adorned with local art and a fantastic menu, Earth & Vine is Baker City’s most … Continue reading
Yesterday, we had a customer come up to the counter and announce that she had driven all the way from Portland just to eat our Blue Buffalo stromboli. She and a co-worker had stopped in over a month ago while … Continue reading
“How’s Business?” That’s the first question that I’m asked by other business owners. As business owners, we’re curious about how other companies are doing in our town, especially those businesses that are in our own industry. We all want to … Continue reading
I recently attended a seminar on menu analysis, and a discussion ensued regarding food costs. I was surprised to learn that not one person in attendance (of approximately 40 restaurateurs) used a software program to manage their food costs, and … Continue reading
This past week was nutso. Tuesday? Busy. Wednesday? Busier. Thursday? Crazy busy. Friday? Ridiculous. Saturday? Oh Saturday. I’ll never forget you.