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Go Nuts!

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When looking for a relaxing vacation spot, be sure to put Griddle Creek on your list. While in Griddle Creek be sure to visit the Sunnyside Diner. The Diner is a judgment-free zone. If you feel like ordering desert first, go for it.  Feel like ordering two slices, three slices, or the whole pie, go for it, nobody is going to judge you here.  Take a moment to enjoy the little things.

Inside tip: We recommend you try the pecan pie. It has won several local awards and is famous for being the best in town.

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Pretty Cheesy!

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Whenever you’re in Griddle Creek, stop into the Sunnyside Diner for great food and friendly service. Mac-n-cheese is a local favorite. Customer have the option of ordering it with or without grilled chicken. Once the staff gets to know you, they’ll treat you like family.

Inside tip: Christy has worked with Sonny for along time so she has heard most of his jokes more than once.

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Catfished!

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Getting catfished at the Sunnyside Diner means enjoying two fresh filets fried and laid on their side. The fish is seasoned and battered to perfection in the Diner’s secret mixes of spices. There are more than enough side dishes to choose from to round out your meal. Stop in and treat yourself.

Inside tip: For the health conscious customer trying to avoid fried foods, the Sunnyside Diner offers fat free directions to the nearest farmer’s market.

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Happy Father’s Day!

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Father’s Day is the perfect time to do something nice for your father. The Sunnyside Diner has specials for both mother’s and father’s day. Just because it’s dark outside doesn’t mean you still can’t take your father out. Treat your dad to a late night snack.

Inside tip: The night is still young and the Sunnyside Diner is open late.

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Made With Love!

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What separates the Sunnyside Diner from other restaurants in Griddle Creek? If you ask some of the patrons, a lot of them will say the food tastes like it is made with love. The menu is not the fanciest, but the Sunnyside Diner takes great care to serve customers the best food possible. So hurry in to the Sunnyside Diner and taste the love.

Inside tip: Don’t be afraid to ask questions to confirm you are ordering what you think you are.

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Mother’s Day!

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Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers from Griddle Creek and the Sunnyside Diner. If you’re looking for a last minute place to go, stop into the Sunnyside Diner, today all mothers eat for free. Thank you to all the mothers for all that you do.

Inside tip:  Sick of your kids?  You don’t have to bring them with you to qualify for the special.

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Egg Hunt!

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The town of Griddle Creek hosts an Easter Egg hunt every year that is open to the public. If you are visiting town this week be sure to head down and register. Each egg is filled with a different surprise. It is a fun family event and visitors of all ages are welcome.

Inside tip: The adult egg hunt starts in the afternoon, those eggs have cash in them.

Brought to you by the Griddle Creek Board of Tourism.

Everything is Fair Game!

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It is another beautiful day at the Griddle Creek Town Fair. If you have not had a chance to go yet there is still time to visit. Come on down, the fairgrounds await you.

What to do: You will never go hungry at the fair. One of the most popular fair activities is eating. Have fun choosing, there are lots of on-a-stick items to choose from.

Where to do it: Head down to the Griddle Creek fairgrounds. There are so many food vendors to choose from. You are sure to find a food vendor selling something you like.

Inside tip: There is no limit to what foods can be put on a stick, everything is fair game. Fair food just tastes better on a stick.

Brought to you by the Griddle Creek Board of Tourism.