Kevin Grangier changes a business indication for PICNIC cafe
January 10, 2018 - Picnic Time
PICNIC, an Anchorage cafe, is still portion food, though it’s baked products and catering only.
Restaurateur Kevin Grangier, who also owns Le Moo and The Village Anchor, told Insider that he motionless to spin a cafeteria into a bakery and concentration on a flourishing catering business.
“It’s improved for us as a company,” he said. “We found most some-more success with a catering.”
Because Anchorage isn’t a high-trafficked area, restaurants need to end spots to do well.
People will still be means to stop in during PICNIC between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m., though instead of salads and sandwiches, it will offer adult pastries, cakes, pies and other baked goods. PICNIC will continue to offer catered boxed lunches for offices and business events from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday by Saturday, as good as catering for special events.
PICNIC also is portion as a commissary for breads and desserts for Grangier’s other restaurants as well, he said.
The grill opened a year and a half ago and stretched into catering this time final year. PICNIC, located at 11505 Park Road, is his third concept.
Grangier’s fourth, an Italian grill called Grassa Gramma, is still in a works. Grangier spent a good understanding of time recently operative on a concept, pushing to 22 states in 5 weeks to collect adult antiques and other equipment for Grassa Gramma.
There is no clear open time for a restaurant, though it is still expected 4 months or some-more away, Grangier said.
Shelby Notess, who is a fritter cook during PICNIC, will also offer as fritter cook for Grassa Gramma.
PICNIC isn’t a usually grill changing with a new year. News and Tribune reported that Gospel Bird in New Albany is altering some of a interior pattern and retooling a menu.
Meanwhile, Doc Crow’s Southern Smokehouse and Raw Bar on Main Street downtown announced around Facebook that it’d be sealed Jan. 8 and 9 for some renovations; it will free for unchanging hours on Jan. 10.