Granny's Kitchen in Gillette is proud to invite you to their Grand Re-Opening. The January 9th event will show off the restaurant's new lunch and dinner menus, the establishment's 100% smoke free environment, as well as some other changes.
Manager Kyle Hettinger says Wednesday’s Grand Re-Opening will help mark weeks of hard work put in by Granny's employees to make over the local small business. Hettinger notes that the staff is brimming with anticipation to show off their positive attitude and the restaurant's inviting atmosphere. Hettinger knows that Granny's has had a reputation in the past of being a little rough around the edges but that is just one of the changes being engineered.
“It was time to do a complete makeover, and instead of doing one thing at a time, I wanted to produce all the necessary changes at once.”---Hettinger
Besides the attitude and atmosphere, one change that Hettinger is excited for the public to see is the menu. New lunch and dinner menus will be offering higher quality meat as well as numerous hand made items.
“We'll prepare hand made patties as the order comes in, not frozen patties. We also have homemade sauces, dressings, and appetizers.”---Hettinger
Hettinger also says Granny's will offer a seasonal menu, as well as a broader drink selection but the changes people will see will go beyond the menu items. Granny's Kitchen has been offering a smoke free environment since December 17th and Hettinger says the feedback so far has been immensely positive.
“The Campbell County Tobacco Prevention Coalition worked with us quite a bit and didn't force anything. We just felt it was time for a change.”---Hettinger
Hettinger added that he continues to feel “ecstatic” about the change and is seeing the benefits as more families have started to check out what Granny's has to offer. Doctors, Attorneys, and Bankers have also joined in with the influx of families. Hettinger is excited to see those new faces mixed in with the blue collar workers that “keep Gillette turning”, noting that a family environment in Gillette needs to include the workers from “out in the field”.
“I would never want to X out any group, I want to provide great service for everybody in Gillette.”---Hettinger