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Snow Day!

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The winters in Griddle Creek are mild but the town does get the occasional snow storm. The extra snow is great for sledding but terrible for commuting. Some businesses do close or have reduced hours during the snow days. Not everybody in town is a fan of the snow.

Inside tip: Some of the town residents avoid coming out in the snow altogether, so our advice is to call ahead and confirm your planned destination is still open.

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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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A Breath of Fridge Air!

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Frankie is okay! After watching Frankie D. Snowman sweat it out in the corner booth, the staff at the Sunnyside Diner has an idea. Don’t be afraid to let the Diner staff know you would like to change your table. They are always happy to accommodate customers whenever possible.

Happy Holidays!

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Frankie, the ‘should’ve-got-it-to-go’ man!

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It has been an unusually mild winter so far in Griddle Creek. It may not even snow before the end of the year. Business has been steady at the Sunnyside Diner due to the mild weather.

What to do: With no snow on the ground, everybody is looking for new experiences to try this winter.

Where to do it: The weather is tolerable, so visitors to town can safely explore the whole town in comfort.

Inside tip: The patio at the Sunnyside Diner is normally closed for the winter, but management has been known to make some exceptions.

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Shop til you Drop!

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The stores of Griddle Creek are here to meet your needs. Many stores in town have extended their shopping hours for the holidays. Lots of shoppers plan to take advantage of the extra hours. Extended hours can be helpful for folks that do not have traditional work hours. You will have no concerns while spending your holidays in Griddle Creek. While most shoppers are tired out and heading home, there are some that are just getting started.

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Music to my Ears!

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Today’s stop on the tour brings us to the Robot Monkey Radio buildings. The most popular morning radio show in town is broadcast from these studios Monday through Friday 6am-10am.

What to do: Wake up early and start your day with the number one radio show in Griddle Creek.

Where to do it: You can listen to the shows from your radio, tablet, phone, pretty much everywhere. There is even a podcast available for listeners who like to sleep in.

Inside tip: Talk of getting the show televised is on hold until one of the hosts finally agrees to get hair and makeup done for tv, regular listeners know who it is.

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Soup Du Jour!

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The Sunnyside Diner prides itself in using the freshest ingredients to create its famous homemade soups. Sonny spends hours slicing, dicing, and simmering ingredients to get the taste just right. The new marquee sign is already bringing in new customers.

What to do: If you are in the neighborhood, stop by the Sunnyside Diner for a bowl of chicken soup.

Where to do it: The Sunnyside Diner, where the soup is never out of a can.

Inside tip: Try not to insult the chef, he might insult you back.

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Bone Appetit!

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Looking for somewhere to fill up before a long night of trick or treating? Try the Sunnyside Diner. The customers at the Diner are very diverse, you never know who you’ll see there.

What to do: If you are in the neighborhood, stop by the Sunnyside Diner for their Halloween menu.

Where to do it: For those brave souls in search of some spooky fun, try a bowl of the Bat Wing Soup.

Inside tip: If your payment method is not posted anywhere in the Diner, you may want to ask ahead of time.

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Sweetest Day!

Design Sweetest DaySweetest Day is designed to encourage us to give small tokens (little treats, cards, show of support) to those around us who are suffering to remind them of the sweetness in this world.

Happy Sweetest Day everybody!