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Ice Box!

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The temperatures in Griddle Creek this week have resembled an ice box. It has been unreasonably cold this last week. The temperatures have been too low to safely enjoy any outdoor activities. The local weather service suggests you only go outside if you have to. Next week’s temperatures look more promising.

Inside tip: If you happen to be in Griddle Creek this week we suggest you stay inside and order room service.

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Oscar Viewing Party!

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Residents around Griddle Creek are gathering with friends to watch the Oscars. If you’re in town visiting, there are also viewing parties being held that are open to the public.

Where to do: Look online for a list of the several locations around town that are hosting Oscar viewing parties. Host your own local viewing party. Café went into the kitchen to get more chips but ran back when he heard the yelling because he thought he had missed something.

Inside tip:  Even though they all have an opinion on who should win, only a few of them have actually seen all of the movies nominated.

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Work in Progress!

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It is usually around this time of year when people start to slack on their New Year’s resolutions, and the residents of Griddle Creek are no different. The low temperatures, combined with the snow and ice storms have exhausted everybody’s motivation. The winter starts to feel very long and people are in search of any type of comfort.

Inside tip: The Sunnyside Diner has some of the best comfort food in town.

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Valentine’s Day!

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If you are visiting Griddle Creek on this Valentine’s Day, there are plenty of fine establishments in which to treat your special someone to a lovely dinner. Romance is in the air, and the streets are filled with last-minute candy and flower shoppers. The most popular restaurants reach capacity quickly, so we suggest you call ahead to secure a reservation.

Inside tip: The Sunnyside Diner is open today, however, they strongly suggest you take your special someone somewhere a little more romantic.

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Love is in the Air!

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It is the time of year again when we celebrate love. Surprise your special someone with a romantic trip to Griddle Creek. You can breathe easy, the town is more than capable of meeting your getaway needs.

Inside tip: Occasionally you may meet a resident who is not a big fan of Valentine’s Day.

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Groundhog Day!

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The arctic temperatures have lifted but it has left the residents of Griddle Creek wondering how much longer this winter weather is going to last. Desperate for any kind of relief, the Diner customers are willing to listen to weather predictions from anybody.

Inside tip: Don’t take weather forecasts from rodents unless they’re trained meteorologists.

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It’s just Honey!

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The Sunnyside Diner welcomes all customers. They don’t have a lot of rules but the rules they do have are important. The diner does not allow customers to bring in outside food.

Inside tip: Believe it or not the Sunnyside Diner does have a dress code, no shirt, no pants, no shoes, no service.

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Happy New Year!

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A popular way to bring in the New Year in Griddle Creek is to head to the main town center and watch the Griddle Crystal Ball drop at midnight. Visitors will be sure to see lots of the residents gathered to participate in this town tradition. Be sure not to miss the countdown!

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Soup’s On!

Design MarqueeThe temperatures have started to drop and that means it is soup weather in Griddle Creek. The Sunnyside Diner runs a soup-of-the-week special all through the winter months. Most residents have a favorite soup. You can usually tell who likes what soup based on who is in the Diner the most that week.

Inside tip: If they do not have your favorite, order something else. If you do not subscribe to the webpage, you can also check the new marquee sign to find out the soup of the week.

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