Restaurant hits the comfort notesBy Philip SchmittenTCNS correspondent
TRINITY — There's some good eating opening up regularly in Trinity.
Stop by the newly opened Bull Pen Café at 515 Prospect Drive for great service and excellent food.
The Bull Pen Café opened for business on the March 16 and is growing daily with new customers for lunch and dinner.
The favorite seems to be the chicken fried steak and the fish & shrimp platter, according to co-owner, Sharon Snyder.
“People love our fresh food, especially our fried green tomatoes,” she said. "It's been my sister, Mary Ann Carrica, and my dream for a long time to open a café here in Trinity."
Snyder said the sisters are Texas natives and love their hometown of Trinity, and it’s especially exciting to help build up the city.
They offer a party room where they can privately serve events of up to 60 people; Snyder said that as soon as they acquire more employees they will be offering a catering service.
The restaurant serves its good, old-fashioned, down-home cooking for lunch and dinner.