dream comes true
In an interview Friday afternoon Deb said The Hangout is the result of a dream she had.
The dream was to buy the former Olive Auto Parts building, turn it into a restaurant and name it The Hangout featuring hamburgers and facilities for the student.
The Hangout first starting serving Dec. 15 offering an assorted menu.
Deb, husband, Ron and third partner Melissa Sonnen are planning their Grand Opening for Saturday, Jan. 14.
They are offering a Prairie Burger, curly fries and pop for a special price of $5.00 plus tax.
KORT will be on site Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon giving away CD’s and shirts.
Pepsi will be giving away pop. There will be balloons and a drawing for a TV.
The Hangout is open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday and open Saturday from 11-3. Closed Sunday.
The menu has 10 hamburger with 1/3 pound of meat, baskets, sandwiches, salads, 2 sizes of pop, soft ice cream, milk shakes and sundaes.
They have also added a drive-up window for take-out orders.
Deb has 6 years, Ron 3 years and Melissa 7 years in the food preparation and service industry.
When you come into the restaurant and look back toward the door you see what it is about with the message—Sharing a Dream.
Plans are to hook up Internet service and facilities include a study area for students and other additions are planned in the future.