After 23 years with this growing organization, to what is now nearly 770 restaurants, Joe Koss made the decision to retire and spend more time with his family.
Six months after the first shutdown of restaurants for the coronavirus pandemic, the restaurant industry is in limbo. According to a new survey released today by the National Restaurant Association, nearly one in six restaurants (representing nearly 100,000 restaurants) is closed either permanently or long-term; nearly 3 million employees are out of work; and the industry isContinue reading “Nationwide estimated 100,000 restaurants closed since #Pandemic began”
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The first place our family had breakfast after moving to Plano, Texas, was Tony’s Cafe. That was in the early 1990s. Since then had been trying and alternating the breakfast specials and trying the lunches. The first time was two eggs scrambled, with bacon, toast, black coffee and a side of ham. The server wasContinue reading “Going to be missed: Tony’s Cafe – All-Day Breakfast – shuts doors in Plano TX”
Word is Barnes & Noble Kitchen and bookstore has decided to not reopen in Legacy West. At the Kitchen, Barnes & Noble combined serving food with being a destination for books and reading material. The B&N Kitchen looked like a cool place, and the food was good on our last visit in early March forContinue reading “Plano TX: Barnes & Noble Kitchen ending short story at Legacy West”
Braum’s is hiring
Visit historic downtown McKinney for live music and great food May 23rd 2020. =====================================$20 Text Ads – What’s your 20? Music: Learn guitar on the McKinney Square. Discover Guitar Gallery on the Square. Hint go to Spoons first. 🙂 Invest in your business – Contact Better Business Bureau for ways to build 🙂 Brian ReaganContinue reading “Downtown Dine-Out Picnic #visitmckinney”