Join Us For Our First DD Extra!
Delightful Dining will host our first DD Extra Event on Sunday May 5th at 1pm for lunch at White Fence Farm in Romeoville. This is the original location established in the early 1920s. It has a excellent collection of antiques and collectibles that you can check out before or after lunch.
White Fence Farm specializes in fried chicken but also serves pork chops, fish, steak and shrimp. The dinners come with unlimited sides of bean salad, cole slaw, cottage cheese pickled beets and corn fritters.
The Original White Fence Farm
1376 Joliet Rd.
Romeoville, IL 60446
We will sit for lunch at 1pm, please arrive between 12:45p and 1p.. There is a $5 service fee payable on arrival. We will have separate checks so the price of your meal is up to you. We must all pay at the register at the same time when we are done. The reservation deadline is April 28th.
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White Fence Farms on May 5th 1pm!
The Case of the Disappearing Drummer
Joe Smith walked into the Brunch Café on a sunny Monday. The café was not as busy as when he came for breakfast on the weekends. He looked around and saw who he was looking for. He gave a quick wave to the blond woman at one of the booths and nodded to the hostess.
“Hi Susan” Joe said as he sat down.
“Thanks for meeting me” she responded.
The waitress came by and filled Joe’s cup with an aromatic coffee.
“What can I do for you? You sounded scared on the phone.” Joe asked.
“I’m worried. Gus is missing, and the police are looking into it but it is not a top priority for them. ‘Itinerant musician has gone off the grid.’ There can be a lot of reasons he is gone, but I think something happened. I thought you could use your private detective skills and see if you can discover where he is and if he is okay.”
Joe had met Gus a few times when he came out to see Susan in her band the “The Cat-tails”. Susan played base in the classic rock band. The drummer, Gus was a friendly guy. He always took the time to talk to the fans when the band was on break.
“I can look into it for you. It is probably nothing. Maybe he met a girl and they took a bit of time to get to know each other.”
“That is what I thought but he missed our gig on this past Saturday. He has never done that. At the very least he would have called.” Susan said.
“Okay. If I can’t use my PI license to help my friends what good is it. Let’s see what we can find.”