At Romey’s Place, they have brand and name recognition. In over 52 years, they hadn’t been closed down. Until the coronavirus pandemic hit.
“We have been here since 1968. And it’s been in the family the whole time,” Owner Nathan Fabry says.
The closing because of the pandemic has been tough.
“We are fortunate that we have loyal customers. We are down overall. But take out orders are nearly double,” Fabry says.
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Tuesdays they are known for ribs and family style dinners. That’s the adjustment they’ve made.
“We do a lot of pot roasts. And mashed potatoes and gravy. Family style meals for $20,” Fabry says.
And Romey's has a message for their loyal community.
“We have customers that come in nearly every day. And we thank them,” Fabry says.