Q&A with: Restaurateur Rick Loeffler
The most challenging thing about running a restaurant? 'Keeping up your passion,' says Rick Loeffler, founder of the Shorty's Mexican Roadhouse chain. via New Hampshire Business Review
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#1 Feb 14, 2008
Dear Rick, My friend and I always made a point of visiting your Shorty's in Bedford. We loved the food, the service, and the ambiance. We would go three times during the summer, when she first arrived back from Florida, then in August, and finally late Sept. before she left to go back. We were so disappointed last summer when we went there to find you had sold it. The food was so-so, the service was poor and the feel of the place was unwelcoming. We will never go back there. We will of course go to the one in Hooksett, but it isn't quite the same, not so much of a hacienda feel to it and in a very busy area.
I live in Wolfeboro and wish you had opened a Shorty's here. Someone opened a mexican style restaurant here last summer, but it is too small, you feel hurried, the prices are high, food is not all that good and although I have been three times
I won't go again. It just isn't worth it. R.A.
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