It’s Friday night and you have a hot date. But where do you go? The Olde Pink House should be at the top of your list.
The Olde Pink House has made it their mission to take care of you and make your date the most memorable it can be—and maybe get to the second date.
“We try our best to make sure no detail goes unnoticed about your dining experience,” says general manager Craig Jeffers. “Hopefully that’s translated into some really good romantic dinners for people. We focus on making sure you don’t have to worry—we think about all the details long before you get there.”
Inside, the candlelight creates an inviting atmosphere, and of course the food is impeccable.
However, in Jeffers’ eyes, the most crucial part of a good dining experience is the staff.
“There are a lot of technical things that make a dining experience good, but the most important part of it is we look for good people and we give them the tools they need to be successful,” says Jeffers.
The staff is all about pampering their guests from the second they walk in the door.
“The sole reason for entering that building every single day is to make sure that everyone we encounter enjoys being around us,” says Jeffers. “Whether that’s each other as fellow employees or when the guest arrives, everyone should enjoy being around us. It starts with good people.”
This is an even more triumphant win for the restaurant since it suffered a fire after Christmas. The service industry community rallied around the staff to help them while they were out of work, but the restaurant reopened at the beginning of April. Now, they’re ready for date night again.
“It’s been a journey,” says Jeffers. “We’re thankful to be serving our loyal patrons for many years again, as well as people who are spending time with us for the first time.” –Rachael Flora