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Master Chef reopening coming soon

PULASKI — It could be a couple more weeks before Master Chef reopens, but the new owner says it will be “worth the wait.”
French Miller said he has to make a lot of changes in the building to bring it up to code in order to pass inspection.
He is hoping to have all the work completed in another week or two.
Miller is asking the restaurant’s customers to be patient while the changes are being made.
Miller, who ran Courthouse Square Café in downtown Pulaski several years ago, purchased the 40-year-old restaurant from former owners Ken and Sandy Wyatt in July.
The Wyatts closed the business June 28 after 10 years of ownership.
They cited the economy and the ever-increasing cost of supplies as the reason for the closure.
The restaurant has undergone various changes in ownership, but has kept a similar menu during its more than three decades of operation.
Miller says the business will have “the same friendly faces” and the same menu — with a little kick when it does reopen.
All but a couple of the original employees will return to their jobs with Master Chef.

Master Chef reopening coming soon

PULASKI — It could be a couple more weeks before Master Chef reopens, but the new owner says it will be “worth the wait.”
French Miller said he has to make a lot of changes in the building to bring it up to code in order to pass inspection.
He is hoping to have all the work completed in another week or two.
Miller is asking the restaurant’s customers to be patient while the changes are being made.
Miller, who ran Courthouse Square Café in downtown Pulaski several years ago, purchased the 40-year-old restaurant from former owners Ken and Sandy Wyatt in July.
The Wyatts closed the business June 28 after 10 years of ownership.
They cited the economy and the ever-increasing cost of supplies as the reason for the closure.
The restaurant has undergone various changes in ownership, but has kept a similar menu during its more than three decades of operation.
Miller says the business will have “the same friendly faces” and the same menu — with a little kick when it does reopen.
All but a couple of the original employees will return to their jobs with Master Chef.