Grantsville will have a new sit-down restaurant, after town eateries have gone under last year, with the purchase of the Koffee Kup property at a bank auction yesterday.

Partners Lisa Cooper of Elizabeth and Dennis Norman of Grantsville expect to have "Mom's Place Too" open about April 28.

Cooper, who has long been associated with Mom's Place in Elizabeth, an establishment with a 22 year history and a reputation that represents what a home-town eatery should be about.

Cooper, a Calhoun native and graduate of Calhoun High said, "My life has come full-circle with this endeavor."

"We're redoing the place and installing new equipment," she said, and "will be bringing home cooking and our famous pies to the menu."

The restaurant will also be doing catering and opening a banquet room for meetings, reunions and parties.

"We'll become part of the Calhoun Community," Cooper said, "Besides great food, it will be a place to socialize, have great conversation, talk politics and hatch deals."

"It will be a place people and families will really enjoy visiting," she concluded.

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