Biz News for Dec. 29, 2009
BUEHLER REMODELING NEW BUILDING
Dr. Sean Buehler is beginning to renovate the new office building he just purchased in Susanville. The renovations will begin in January, and the office will open as soon as the renovations are completed. According to Camille Buehler they expect to be open in either late January or the first part of February. If patients need to reach Dr. Buehler they can call the office at 257-3300.PIE AND COFFEE ANYONE?
Feeling chilled to the bone? Time for a little warm up. Tammi Montgomery, owner of Primo Deli in Uptown Susanville is now offering a pie and coffee special in the afternoons. From 2 to 4 p.m., you can have a fresh slice of pie with a cup of coffee, or anything else off the menu.
WOOD HAS MOVED HIS OFFICE
Ronald Wood, Licensed Private Investigator, of All Inclusive Investigative Services has recently relocated his office in Susanville. You will now find him at 803 Main St. Not only is he a Certified Notary Public, but he is also available as a court processor.
TCBY CLOSES DEC 31
Just a reminder this Thursday at 5 p.m. TCBY in Susanville is closing their doors. Susie Morrish tells us you can use your gift cards until they close.
NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATION
Looking for something to do on New Years Eve? Join Chef Conrado at the St. Francis Bar & Grill for dinner and cocktails at his New Year’s Eve Buffet and Bash.
NEW YEARS EVE ON THE TOWN
The Diamond Mountain Casino and Hotel will be hosting their annual New Year’s Eve party complete with buffet dinner and dance. Plus they’re offering some great values on their luxurious rooms for those of you who don’t want to worry about driving home after the evening. See their ad in this week’s paper for more details. If you’re a lover of the Ratt Pack, Saturday, Jan. 2 the Dean O Holics will be performing their Ratt Pack Tribute Concert in the Diamond Willow Room starting at 7 p.m.
FINE DINING AT ROSE’S CAFÉ
Chef Brian Rose tells us he will be serving up a delicious specialty menu for the New Year’s Eve dinner. So whether you’re a seafood lover, or you enjoy a great steak or pasta, you’ll be sure to find something that will make your mouth water. Be sure to make reservations as this local hot spot fills up fast on New Year’s Eve.
LASSEN STEAKS NEW YEARS EVE DINNER
Esther Faustino tells us that Lassen Steaks is serving up some tasty temptations for New Year’s Eve dinner. If you’re looking for fine dining in a casually elegant atmosphere then plan on bringing your loved one’s to Lassen Steaks located inside the El Tepeyac Grille for a feast that will leave you smiling into the New Year, but don’t forget to save room for one of their decadent desserts!
ANNUAL SOCCER MEETING
Lassen Youth Soccer will be holding their annual general meeting at 6:30 p.m., next Thursday, Jan. 7 at Richmond School in the Multi-Purpose Room. This is an important meeting as the election of officers and voting on the proposed rule changes will be on the agenda.
ANNUAL CHOWDER COOK-OFF IN WESTWOOD
Mark your calendars for Jan. 16, 2010 for a day of fun for the whole family. The Westwood Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for their annual Chowder Cook-Off at the Westwood Visitors Center. Cooking begins as early as 8 a.m., with tasting to begin at noon. Entries forms are available at Young’s Market, Holiday Market, Always Sunny Tanning and Nails, Chuck’s Railroad Room and the Westwood Visitors Center. According to Jodi Gunn, Chamber President, awards will be given for several different categories.
THE WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT NEW YEAR’S EVE DINNER
The White House Restaurant in Janesville is the place to go for an intimate New Year’s Eve dinner. In addition to their many tasty menu selections, owner Tom Lim tells us they are featuring a Prime Rib special, including champagne and cheesecake for dessert. The White House is still offering catering for pick-up or private parties.