Green Thumbs Sought in Fawnskin

Chris Weber and the garden party gang are getting together to work on a plan for the gardens. If you are interested, drop by the Post Office tomorrow (Friday) at 12:30pm.

I heard a few grumbles in town yesterday after locals attempted to go to the North Shore Brewing Company on Tuesday. I recently was told that Ben says they will now remain open on Tuesdays.

Hopefully he will get back to me and I’ll have the complete story for you shortly. To answer all of you who have been asking: No, I have not eaten there yet. I tend to wait a little bit these days as opening is usually a tough time.

Quick Mumors

There are several new places opening up shortly. A new Indian Restaurant is rumored to be opening in the Village of Big Bear Lake and an Italian restaurant is being built on Pine Knot. No news as to when they are opening. I have not seen any DBA announcements in the paper for them.

I also heard that Popeye’s chicken was approved up here, too.

Grrreeeaaattt– just what we need another franchise.

BTW:The Barkery pulled out all their merchandise a couple of days ago and is now closed.



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4 Responses to “Green Thumbs Sought in Fawnskin

  • 1
    Chau Randall
    May 29th, 2008 12:20

    We tried the “Brewing Co.” last Friday because my husband said we should support our local business. The food was good and service was friendly, but I agreed with GG that they still have a lot of things to finish/improve. Supplies were on the floor at the entrance of the dining room and pictures/paintings (still in their plastic wraps) were lean against the walls. We stopped at the bar on the way out and met a couple of neighboors (Barbara and her brother Bob). The restaurant owner’s young daughter (Violete) was adorable and charming.

  • 2
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    June 1st, 2008 09:47

    Thanks for the report Chau.
    BTW: The restaurant in the village is open and is Nepal & Indian food–yum!

  • 3
    Amy Rose
    June 20th, 2008 11:55

    I went there the other night with my boyfriend and had a great time. The taste of the food does matter, but so does the staff. Everyone was very pleasant and it gave me that home town feel. Its nice just to see something bringing life to the area. They are supposedly having live entertainment every Friday and Saturday night, which will breathe life into the community.. more than just hanging out at the moose… sick of that scene. Its worth a shot the owner Ben is really nice and actually wants to hear your opinions, he actually came over and talked with us for about 10 minutes.

  • 4
    GG (Gossip Girl)
    June 20th, 2008 16:08

    Thanks for the feedback Amy. They have only been open for about a month and so are doing pretty good. We all hope they keep it up.