Friday, September 25, 2009
Pickin' & Grinnin' at the Cafe on Broadway
On this gorgeous fall day at the Cafe on Broadway, diners had an extra reason to smile, in addition to the delicious meatloaf and potatoes special. Cafe employee Travis Chaney, along with friends Eric Baird and Mark Rotramel, treated patrons to some old-time gospel and bluegrass tunes. Travis also brought some watermelons to sell from the farm he works at in Berryville. Yellow Meat, Little Baby and Sugar Baby watermelons, priced at $3-$6, guaranteed that they "won't go bad in your fridge."
I also spotted some savvy bikers visiting town, presumably in the area for Fayetteville's Bikes, Blues & BBQ festival. I'm sure that they were pleased to find our charming enclave, far from the maddening crowd.