Biz Buzz: Burgers and brats come to Mathers’ Bar in Craig

Craig Daily Press Staff Report

— A new grill took the place of what used to be Virginia’s Mexican Food in Mathers’ Bar. On Feb. 14, Shannon Mose and her daughter Tasa Miller opened B&B Grill.

Until school ends for the summer, the grill is open from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mose and Miller both work for the school district and when the school year ends they will also open for lunch. B&B Grill is open every day but Sunday.

The name stands for burgers and brats, and the grill also serves BLT sandwiches, grilled ham and cheese sandwiches and chicken tenders. Mose said burgers are their specialty and they also serve a pepper jack stuffed burger and a cheddar stuffed burger. Soon they’re hoping to have a bacon and bleu cheese stuffed burger.

The mother and daughter team make their own brats and Mose said they buy all USDA-certified meats.

The opportunity was open and she and Miller decided to go for it, Mose said.

“My daughter was looking for something to do during the summer and one of her friends said there was a grill inside Mathers, so we thought we would do it and see how it works for the next six months,” Mose said.

BBB cautions against using social media on vacation

Many people enjoy sharing their good times and adventures with friends and family through social media, but the Better Business Bureau Serving Northern Colorado and Wyoming advises people to be careful using social media while on vacation.

“The last thing you want while you’re on vacation is to tip off would-be burglars that you’re away for an extended amount of time,” said Shelley Polansky, vice president of communications for BBBSNCW in a press release. “The ideal solution is to take a break from social media while you’re on vacation.”

The BBB advises that you resist sharing photos and comments in real time and save them for when you return safely.

If you do use social media, disable location-identifying settings on your smartphone, tablet or laptop, so that your geographic location will at least remain a secret.

Finally, discourage friends from tagging you in pictures until you’ve arrived back home.

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