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Master Chef reopens

It’s been much longer than was expected, but Master Chef is slated to reopen today.
French Miller, new owner of the restaurant which closed in June, said a lot of work had to be done in the facility for him to obtain necessary operating permits, but the restaurant finally will open at 11:30 a.m. today.
Miller, who ran Courthouse Square Café in downtown Pulaski several years ago and was a partner in O’Dells on the Market in Roanoke, purchased the restaurant from Ken and Sandy Wyatt in July.
The Wyatts closed the business June 28 after 10 years of ownership, primarily due to the economy and an ever-increasing cost of supplies.
Master Chef first opened about 40 years ago, but it has undergone various changes in ownership over the years. Throughout the years, the business has kept a similar menu.
Miller also plans to keep a similar menu, but will emphasize more dinner choices. The business also will serve flavored coffee.
Although he had hoped to keep the same staff the Wyatts employed, he said all but one have since gone to other jobs.
The facility will also have longer hours now.
Sunday through Wednesday, the hours will be 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday hours will be 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Eventually, special items will be featured on Thursday through Sunday nights. Miller said he plans to make Thursday nights Italian Night, Friday will be Barbecue Night and Saturday will be Seafood Night.
Superbowl Sunday on Feb. 1 will feature extended hours and a special buffet. The game will be shown on a big-screen television that will be placed in the restaurant for that occasion. Hours will be 7 a.m. to whenever the game ends.

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Master Chef reopens

It’s been much longer than was expected, but Master Chef is slated to reopen today.
French Miller, new owner of the restaurant which closed in June, said a lot of work had to be done in the facility for him to obtain necessary operating permits, but the restaurant finally will open at 11:30 a.m. today.
Miller, who ran Courthouse Square Café in downtown Pulaski several years ago and was a partner in O’Dells on the Market in Roanoke, purchased the restaurant from Ken and Sandy Wyatt in July.
The Wyatts closed the business June 28 after 10 years of ownership, primarily due to the economy and an ever-increasing cost of supplies.
Master Chef first opened about 40 years ago, but it has undergone various changes in ownership over the years. Throughout the years, the business has kept a similar menu.
Miller also plans to keep a similar menu, but will emphasize more dinner choices. The business also will serve flavored coffee.
Although he had hoped to keep the same staff the Wyatts employed, he said all but one have since gone to other jobs.
The facility will also have longer hours now.
Sunday through Wednesday, the hours will be 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday through Saturday hours will be 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Eventually, special items will be featured on Thursday through Sunday nights. Miller said he plans to make Thursday nights Italian Night, Friday will be Barbecue Night and Saturday will be Seafood Night.
Superbowl Sunday on Feb. 1 will feature extended hours and a special buffet. The game will be shown on a big-screen television that will be placed in the restaurant for that occasion. Hours will be 7 a.m. to whenever the game ends.

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