Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Huge news to report today!

At Second Reading last night “The MID” passed unanimously at the Lake Worth City Commission.

This housing project has great support from the City of Lake Worth, the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA), and public support from communities and neighborhoods. Why? Because The MID will get the attention and encourage other investors and developers to look at other sites along Dixie Hwy.

To watch the YouTube video of the proceedings
last night click on play.

City Attorney Christy L. Goddeau starts off
with the reading of Ordinance 2018-17:

Now back to our regularly scheduled program today.

For example. . .

Other investors and developers will examine the process how The MID came to be and then take a look at three (3) vacant lots in particular on N. Dixie Hwy. between Dartmouth and Cornell drives in the City’s College Park neighborhood just north of The MID and minutes south of West Palm Beach. The perfect location for a new restaurant serving craft beer.

If you’re a restaurateur or developer of food/adult beverage locations and have been considering opening a new craft beer brewery or Hipster restaurant then those three vacant lots — an entire block frontage on N. Dixie Hwy. in the City of Lake Worth — would be just the perfect location in College Park.

Those lots also happen to be in the CRA district as well (click on this link to contact the CRA). There is a big demand for a new Hipster eatery in this City with so many Millennials and Apatharchists* moving into the area. The Meritage homes project is moving along and The MID will be breaking ground very soon as well.

And of course there is the exciting Tacos Al Carbon serving “100% Comida Mexicana” which has attracted the ‘foodies’ to this area and the ever-growing popularity of World Thrift right across the street that attracts hoards of Senior Citizens, Millennials and Hipsters every week. Have you seen the new signage at World Thrift? It’s been called the most spectacular signage for a thrift store in the United States.

So if you just happen to be eyeing those empty lots to open up a new eatery — but you’re concerned with all the hard work creating a new and exciting menu for the Millennials and young professionals — there is very good technology news:

The craft beer/restaurant business has taken a leap forward with a convenient menu generator.

Imagine if you could focus more time training management and staff about customer service? More time for ordering food and supplies from vendors? More time for marketing and promotion?

How is that possible? Leave it to the experts at the Brooklyn Bar Menu Generator (BBMG).

This idea started in Brooklyn but you can see how this new tool can be used anywhere in the United States.

For example, in just seconds, look at this menu:

The Blistered Acorn & Sardine Pie sounds delish; and for only $10. Ready to create a new menu?
Use this link to learn how.

Here is how the good folks at BBMG
describe their service:

“Have you recently purchased a bar in Brooklyn, but are completely bereft of original ideas? Firstly, congratulations on joining the thriving Brooklyn bar scene! Secondly, relax! You can use this handy tool to generate a name and menu for your fine establishment – absolutely no imagination necessary!”

Hope you had a good laugh!

Now seriously, contact a local Realtor in this City, the Lake Worth CRA and/or the City’s Economic Development Dept. today and ask about those three lots on Dixie Hwy. between Dartmouth and Cornell.

*An “Apatharchist” is a former Anarchist who “doesn’t give a ■■■■ about government or politics” any more.