Business Beat: Chef returns to Castle Ranch Steakhouse
Castle Ranch Steakhouse, located inside the Holiday Inn of Craig, has hired Rolfy Chavez as chef.
Chavez previously worked for the steakhouse, but returned to improve the operation after being gone for about a year.
“Amazing creative culinary talents, tenure in the business … as well as strong, working knowledge of the steakhouse,” said Missy Arnett, hotel director of food and beverage, when asked about Chavez.
To learn more about Castle Ranch Steakhouse and the restaurant’s dinner menu, call 824-4000, or visit the 300 S. Colorado Highway 13 location for dinner from 5 to 9 p.m., seven days a week.
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Randy Armstrong is in the process of buying out his business partner in RJ Auto Service, and will be changing the name to Randy’s Repair.
Armstrong offers vehicle pick-up and delivery when repairing or changing the oil in your car.
The business also offers repairs on heavy equipment, farm equipment, semis, lawnmowers, ATVs and motorcycles.
You can contact Armstrong by stopping by his 1205 Rose St., location, or by calling 824-7600.
Explorecraig.com business spotlight
Black Mountain Glass, a glass repair office located in downtown in Craig, is this week’s highlighted business.
Black Mountain Glass offers new windows for cars, doors, houses and shower doors.
According to the http://www.explorecraig.com website, the business is also available to repair glass of any sort on location.
You can find out more information about Black Mountain Glass by searching for the keywords “shower door” on http://www.explorecraig.com.
You can also call the business at 824-5353, or stop by the downtown Craig location at 75 East Fourth St.
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