So exciting times ahead for Good Enough To Eat and as we pack up the restaurant to mooove to 520 Columbus we fondly remember so many wonderful things.
I think of Good Enough To Eat as a small town community in one of the biggest cities in the world. Between patrons and staff, we have experienced the full circle of life.
People break bread together and make friends, some fall in love, some get married and have their wedding receptions and some have babies. One woman in particular went into labor and her water broke right by the window table – Adriana was adopted and baptized in this small space! Some people have moved away and some friends have sadly have passed away.
Under this roof we have survived droughts, floods, bailing water, 911 calls, and hurricane Sandy. But, as the skies clear (or not!) everyone picks themselves up and comes to work, or gets in line for the restaurant, to be all together one more time. This is exactly what we will do in our new spot, because that’s how we roll! “