“Where are we going to breakfast?” Sally asked, as she opened the door and came in.
“Oh, we are going to a great place,” I replied. “It is one of my Mom’s favorites! You know, since she doesn’t have a car anymore, when I go work with her, she always likes to eat out. So, we have a wonderful pancake place near her house. You will love it, too!”
“What makes this place special?” Sally asked.
“Well, for one thing, the hostesses, owner, and servers all seem to remember who you are. They greet you with a smile, ask how you are doing, and are just plain friendly,” I said.
“Not only that,” I went on, “But they remember what you have to drink as well and check to see whether that is what you want that day. And, for my Mom, who enjoys coffee, the pot is bottomless. Servers continually carry a pot of coffee around and refill everyone who wants more coffee.”
“Do you go there often?” asked Sally.
“We go there two or three mornings a week,” I answered. “However many days I’m working with my Mom, that is where we go for breakfast.”
“How’s the menu?” Sally wanted to know.
“It is wonderful, and very reasonable. I especially like the waffle platter which comes with two eggs, bacon, and two mini waffles. My Mom likes the sausage gravy and biscuits. But, there is such a variety, and always so tasty!”
“I asked one day how they could always have one or more vases of fresh flowers on the checkout counter. The hostess replied that one of their customers sends flowers regularly. Isn’t that amazing?” I continued.
“What else do you like about the Lincoln Square Pancake House?” Sally went on.
“Well, at the checkout counter, there are business cards for lots of different people. Mine are there, too! That is exciting for me that more people might find out about Etsy and all the great sellers there.”
“When do we leave?” Sally asked. “I’m getting hungry just thinking about it!”
“We are going to go as soon as I show the folks at the restaurant some of the fabulous creations made by our Boomers and Beyond team. I know that when they read about themselves on the blog they will want to check out our shops, too!
“Those creations are wonderful!” sighed Sally. “Wish I had them all!”
“I think the folks at Lincoln Square Pancake House will enjoy looking at them, too,” I said. “Let’s go now. I’m starving.”
“Where is it?” asked Sally.
“Lincoln Square Pancake House is located near the corner of Madison Avenue and Stop 11 in Indianapolis. And I can’t wait to tell them about this blogpost!”