Breakaway Café will open for breakfast to help Goody Goody Diner staff
The Breakaway Café owner Matt Quinlisk said starting Monday, April 29, his restaurant will open for breakfast from 7 to 10:30 a.m. to offer Goody Goody kitchen and waitstaff employment while the diner is closed for repairs.
“I’ve lived in Normandy almost all of my life, and Goody Goody is a staple. It’s so important. It’s an anchor for the community,” said Quinlisk, who bought Breakaway Cafe in February. “If I can help them out I want to. They’re great people.”
Quinlisk said he’s currently working with Goody Goody kitchen staff to prepare some popular dishes from the breakfast menu.
Matt Sorrell is a staff writer at Sauce Magazine.
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