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AYHSMB - Quincy Steak and Shake Closes - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
LOL. But probably not O's fault. I hear the franchise fees are steep.
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I think it was bad management as well. The restaurant was always dirty and poorly managed. I agree that the Franchise was also a factor but if it's making money then keep it going. This might be a good location for PANERA who is looking to move.
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Taco Bell. Cheap and quick, something Steak N' Shake wasn't.
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I think it was bad management as well. The restaurant was always dirty and poorly managed. I agree that the Franchise was also a factor but if it's making money, it is worth keeping.
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Ol' boy just keeps shootin' hisself in the foot.

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1 year ago By Zakiah Ali

Kevin Minnick, owner of The Maine Course restaurant in downtown Quincy has tried to bring innovative events always to please the community.

Now, he is exploring another new idea of bringing ethnic Indian Cuisine to its list of events. This will consist of dishes from the subcontinent of India.

Dr. Zakiah Ali, will be the chef on that day, and will be making several dishes of her homeland. She has had experience with doing several events like this where she has had cooking classes for several physicians and their spouses at the Quincy Vocational School in the past, and has also given classes at the Quincy Steamboat company.

She considers cooking Indian cuisine as an effort of love, solely undertaken to preserve the pride of traditional cooking from her home in India, for which there were no written recipes, but passed down from generation to generation within the family.

Kevin Minnick and Dr. Ali will hold this event on March 1st at The Maine Course, 626 Maine Street in down town Quincy. People interested in attending this ethnic feast of a different culture, MUST call for reservations before the 28th of February.

(Space is limited, and only 60 reservations will be accepted.) 


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