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September 24, 1997, Cloverdale Reveille, Page 9 Yvonne Quinlan-Pierce are looking forward to serving the community when they open their new restaurant on Oct. 7. The couple will open the restaurant this Saturday, preview," during the Cloverdale Street Celebration. The be closed next week, then open for regular business friendly staff at The Hair Works style you from head to toe. row, from left) Sherry Smith, Shawn Hiatt, Robbi Kelly, and | y. (Front row, from left) Jody Moore, Karen Harrison, Michalek-owner, and Tamara Wilson. The Hair Works makes you beautiful Hairworks offers haircuts, perms and hairstyles for men, and children. "We have a friendly atmosphere and we cater every need--from head to toe we will style you," owner Linda Michatek said. The six experienced staff offer manicures, pedicures, acrylic and fiberglass nails, permanent cosmetics, and massage and it&apos;s the best place in L to get a safe tan. Also take advantage of their bikini and leg by the Hairworks and pamper yourself. To better serve you aow have longer hours-Tuesday-Friday, 8:30-8; Saturdays, closed Sunday. manicurist is available in the evenings Tuesdays and Fridays. located at 123 N. Cloverdale Blvd., phone 894-2671. Quinlan's Place to be opening soon By Roberta Lyons The new Quinlan's Place res- taurant will open serving coffee and baked goods this Saturday, in consort with the Cloverdale Street Celebration. This opening will be just a "sneak preview," with owners Ken and Yvonne Quinlan-Pierce planning to open on a regular ba- sis on Tuesday Oct. 7. The Quinlan-Pierces come to Cloverdale from the St. Louis area, although Ken is originally from California having been born and raised in Modesto. The couple had been looking throughout the Western States for a small town in which to open a restaurant, when, through a friend, they heard about Clover- dale and the vacancy at 219 North Cloverdale Blvd. The restaurant is located at the site of the former 219 North coffee shop in the historical building that at one time housed the Cloverdale Reveille. "We were looking for a small town for our restaurant," noted Yvonne, "in a community that we could be a part of." Ken and Yvonne visited Clo- verdaie and liked it right away. "We wanted to be in a beautiful place with nice people," they not- ed, "and this was it." Quinlan's Place will serve break- fasts featuring waffles, omelets, homemade breads and roils., fresh fruit, and specialty items too, like "Pennsylvania Dutch Breakfast Casserole," (which sounds very tantalizing). Lunches will include home- made fresh soup, sandwiches, homemade breads and rolls, sal- ads and sometimes pasta dishes. The Quinlan-Pierces believe dining should be fun and they want to create a relaxed and en- joyable atmosphere at their res- taurant. "We want it to be a commu ni ty ga thering place where people can have fun and connect with each other," Yvonne said. Ken and Yvonne feel that open- mg their own restaurant is really a culmination of "what they are all about," - mainly "people." Yvonne was a counselor and Dean of Students at a college near St. Louis and Ken worked for17 years managing meals at a boarding school. "We like relating to peo- ple," Yvonne said. Ken also has a degree in restaurant and hotel management and Yvonne baked for restaurants, catered, and did party planning while they lived in the Midwest." I've always enjoyed f Check out these great cooking and recipe gathering," she noted. Between the two, they have five grown children. Two of their daughters moved here with them, one will be working at the restau- rant and one is living in Ukiah. They stress that "fresh" is very important to them. They will fea- ture in-season fruits and vegeta- bles, and try to buy locally whenever possible. All breads, rolls, muffins, waffles, and pies are "made from scratch," no rrux- es, Yvonne relates. Vegetarian fare will also be available and although they won" t be serving alcohol, diners are welcome to bring their own wine to enjoy with their meals. The restaurant will open for breakfast at 6:30 a.m. and serve lunch until 3 p.m. It will reopen in Please turn to page 10 840 N. Cloverdale MILK S239 WHEN YOU BUY TWO GALLONS (REG. PRICE $2.59) AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS CORONA BEER MOLSON GOLDEN 6PACK BEER 12OZ .o,s S3S9 $ 99 5 ;v 8 PACK 12 oz ,.,,.3g.+, 840 N. Ctoverdale Bird. LOCation Only Locltion Only RED DOG BEER 12 PACK 12 OZ BOTTLES TECATE BEER E& 12 PACK 12 OZ CANS BRANDY 750 ML $ . $ 99 5,,. 7+. & CRV & CRV AvalI.B40N. Clvd. Blvd. Avail, 840 N. Cirri. Bvd, Avail. 840 N. Ch/d. 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