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I agree w/ each of these comments. Ate there once, and unhappily discussed the over-priced food w/ the owner, who didn't seem to care about our experience or opinions. "Take it or leave it" seemed to be his attitude. Not the way to build a successful business, especially when asking your patrons to pay VERY high prices for VERY small portions.
Well said, Evan.
A great place to increase awareness of this event would have been on the big, electronic Moffat County Fairgrounds SIGN. I drive past that location a couple of times each day. Would have pulled in, had I seen a notice/announcement................ am pretty sure the county paid a pretty penny for that sign. Would be great to use it to its full potential.................cannot be that hard to update the contents regularly and keep it filled with timely information.
Agreed. Would like to see some enforcement. Extremely irritating, to say the least. Would have loved to see the "interaction" with the biker in GJ............... :-)
Thank you for your service.
Bistro is not "foofy" French food. This is hearty and filling. :-)
I grabbed a sandwich and pastry for lunch. Delicious. We returned for dinner the next night - with our own bottle of wine - DELICIOUS. Yes, this is home-made food, made with real ingredients. It does take a while, but well worth it. Wonderful food, and charming/happy host/hostess. Very nice people, delicious/REAL food. And, they have made a truly charming transformation of the inside of the building. - cozy, cute, charming, lovely, and quite surprising. So happy to have them here, and wishing them loads of success. Welcome to Craig!
For more information on this issue, and the reasons MANY sheriffs are refusing to honor ICE holds, see the following: https://www.google.com/search?rls=aso&client=gmail&q=sherfiffs%20refuse%20to%20honor%20ICE%20holds%20due%20to%20possible%20liability
Perhaps the paper could do a story about the closing? Sad to see Downtown lose another business.............
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