To: Shea’s Station

 All on board with this idea?

Shea’s Station was an idea that began in a Restaurant Management class. Now this doesn’t have to be a train ride even though they are fun. Your restaurant could take the form of a ship, a bus or a hot air balloon. Just don’t use an aircraft because they are ripping apart the troposphere. Perhaps you could use an airport, but, …

Let’s begin to get adjusted

The point is you are traveling to go someplace new or a place you have not been to in a long time. You want to settle down, relax and get adjusted to the situation. Maybe have a cocktail and/or munchie.

Now you are ready or…

When you are hungry you like to eat something comforting and something satisfying. Well we have the best.

You want to try your future dish?

But wait. What if you are traveling to someplace new or an old stomping ground you haven’t seen in years. You want to try that new stuff so you have an idea of what you are in for. Your destination is most likely different from the place you left. Maybe you are leaving because the food was bad. Bonn appetite!
The idea is to keep a stable menu for those who don’t wish to try something new. And then there is the “Today’s Fare” which changes monthly in the real world. But, it is meant to show a variety of foods from all over the world. One month you are going to New Orleans, the next could be Memphis. It may be true every city has it’s uniqueness. This menu has a variety of dishes for the next destination.

And finally (voila’) you can relax.

Lastly there are desserts and beverages to go with them.

This menu idea is intended to bring in the regular visitors, those who like the wonderful everyday cuisine, those who sometimes try something new. And then there are the people from out of town who will eat anything because they are STARVING!


Published by Daniel Shea

I am a happily married knucklehead. Born in Chicago and raised in Memphis and Prairie du Chien Wis. I wish someone would benefit from my ideas. And I wish I didn't get so many spams. #niceday

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