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Familiar restaurant owner back in kitchen

After running local establishments like The Elms and Park Place, Debbie Rogers, who has 20 years of restaurant experience, just can’t get enough.
Now, after a three-year hiatus, Rogers and Mary Georgia, co-owners, have opened the North Main Street Café.
“Mary talked me into it,” Rogers said. “We’ve been friends for a long time, and it was something she always wanted to do. She wanted to do it, so she talked me into, and I said I’d do it.”
The new restaurant, located on Main Avenue in the former Shari’s Florist building, will serve up country cuisine one biscuit at a time. In fact, Rogers said the new North Main Street Cafe, open daily from 7 a.m. – 9 p.m., will serve food similar to that at The Elms and Park Place.
The menu will feature items including biscuits and gravy, Friday and Saturday night steak, Friday and Saturday night all-you-can-eat hand cut catfish, hamburgers made from free range angus beef and a variety of homemade sauces and desserts.
“All our sauces are home-made, and our meat is always fresh,” Rogers said. “We’re serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, and all our desserts are homemade.”
Rogers noted that the restaurant will also offer catering services for all occasions and will expand after the first of the year to include a banquet hall.
“We’ve done about all of it,” Rogers said of the catering service. “We can do any type of event from business dinners to weddings. We make wedding cakes.”
Rogers and Georgia opened North Main Street Cafe last week. Diners can sit down and eat or order take out seven days a week.
“Come let us earn your business,” Rogers said.
For more information, call North Main Street Café at 330-6288.