The greatly missed Royalberry after a kitchen fire forced the popular restaurant to close temporarily in June.
The owners, brothers Frank and Zeek Salman, acquired the restaurant in 2004 and have since provided the neighborhood with great quality food at a terrific value. The brothers decided to turn tragedy into opportunity, enlisting the help of local interior designer Caroline Carr, of Papillon Design, to help modernize and renovate the restaurant.
The results are astounding: from state-of-the-art kitchen equipment and juice bar, to new carpeting, fresh wall treatments, newly upholstered booths, given Royalberry a cozy, chic atmosphere.
The brothers wish to thank all the Royalberry regulars and hundreds of local residents who’ve helped make the restaurant a success and go-to spot for family cooking in Palos Heights.
Royalberry will have a soft opening at 7 a.m. Thursday, with a grand re-opening in a couple of weeks.
Hours are 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily. Royalberry is located at 6417 W. 127th St., in Palos Heights.Check out the brand new Royalberry and let them know on Facebook how they did.
Texting and Driving... It Can Wait Day
September 19 has been designated “Texting and Driving It Can Wait Day.”
AT&T is asking Americans of all ages to “Take the Pledge” by not texting while driving.
Over 100,000 accidents a year are caused by texting and driving, according to the National Safety Council. Further, 75-percent of teens admit to texting while driving.
AT&T has built a nifty website around the public safety campaign, including videos, statistics and a texting/driving simulator.
You can speak up and speak out by posting the “Texting and Driving … It Can Wait” icon on your Facebook page.
No text is worth dying over.