The totally remodeled dining room now seats around 100. The Lattin’s have taken it back to what they know will work but have added a few gourmet items for specials. Instead of an all you can eat salad bar; the restaurant will now feature “all you can eat” specials.
The original Maggie’s was opened as a bakery on Jan. 10, 1993 at the same location. Moving to Nevada to help her mother, with her daughter Sarah, only five years of age, they would learn the business and have made Mineral County their home.
Working alongside her mother, Sarah is now training to be a manager and is excited to bring technology into the restaurant with a new tableside tablet which allows patrons to pay tableside instead of handing off their credit card. Though the experience of being at Maggie’s Once More is nothing new, she is bringing up yet another generation within the walls of business her grandmother built. Two daughters reside here with Sarah while her husband, John Llewellyn continues to serve with his country with the U.S. Navy in San Diego, Calif.
The Lattin’s are humbled by the welcome back they have received from past customers. Seems as though everywhere they go, people are asking, “When are you opening”. For hungry residents, that time is now.
Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., every day in the winter, the restaurant will feature an all you can eat soup and salad special.
A meeting room is open to those who wish to hold events in the newly remodeled area.
“We have pride and have gotten a lot of support from town. Not only for the business but people just stopping by to help. They want a great place to eat.” Cal beams.
The quick remodel and turn-around has been the work of Rod Leavitt and crew who the Lattin’s put their trust into in order to get the establishment in working order. They were also helped by David Duff, Jim Fitzgerald, Chris and Kelli Lawrence, Lenn DeMars and Hilario Hernandez.
Cal sums up how he feels about the newly reopened eatery, “Thanks for making us feel welcomed back!”