Saturday, January 16, 2016

Ox Tail Soup and More !

  Mr. Bigg's is open on Public Square offering ox tail soup and other Caribbean fare to Watertown.
The restaurant occupies the former Enrico's on the north side of the square.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

We'll see how he does when the free money runs out.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the same clientele who were in line for Obamaphones.

Anonymous said...

Nice to have a new option of fare.

Who is the crowd hovering around outside? Looks like a bunch of zombies from a low rent horror movie.

Anonymous said...

Will always be Kegler's to me...

Anonymous said...

That was not nice 7:53...true maybe...but not nice.

Anonymous said...

Nice way to welcome a new business into town, Half of you grumblers who post on this blog most likely are collecting benefits from the system .

Anonymous said...

It's more likely that half of us grumblers are tax payers @423. I wish this young man the best. But I question the viability of this type of restaurant in Watertown. Time will tell.

Anonymous said...

Maybe if the Chamber of Commerce was still downtown things would be different, but Cody will work magic..........Maybe he should have picked up the couch on Mill St.

Anonymous said...

4:23, if you can't take a joke, and found yourself offended you can go the the University of Missouri website and fill out a complaint form:

https://equity.missouri.edu/bias-reporting/

Anonymous said...

I question the viability of anything in nny these days 7:48. Just remember you reap what you sow.

Anonymous said...

Where was Walcyzk?
Training for a triathlon?
Horbacz is at least the councilmember who's there.
Though I do not see this business being viable in downtown Watertown, I wish him well.
I see he received nearly $100000 from the free money IDAs in the area. We've all seen the ROI on those types of loans.

That said, I hope he proves me wrong.

Anonymous said...

Girls! girls! girls!...quit arguing, there is room for half of us to be taxpayers AND half of us to be collecting benefits from the system.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad Cody made the time to be there. The new mayor was probably busing counting money. Or was out of town traveling with his bride. Teachers don't stick around much this time of year. Frequent flyers they be.

Ima said...

That's an awful lot of signage. Are we sure it meets city code?

Anonymous said...

Only surpassed by the ethnicity.