EATS on Highland, a gluten-free restaurant that serves a wide range of meals including Latin dishes and homestyle American fare, is temporarily closing its doors.
Located near Highland Avenue’s Caldwell Park, owners Chef Wendy and Richard Cruse cited inflation and rising food costs for the closure.
Offering Thanksgiving Meals
Even though the restaurant will be shuttered until further notice, the eatery is taking orders for Thanksgiving. Some of the items they are offering include:
- Turkey tenderloins
- Cornbread dressing
- Sweet potatoes
- Brussel sprouts
- Assorted desserts
According to Wendy, EATS on Highland is planning how to proceed forward after Thanksgiving.
Meanwhile on November 6th, EATS Highland is hosting Art Hub — a holiday art market with local artists, music, vendors, food and drink in the parking lot.
Come out and support EATS this weekend and over Thanksgiving. Let’s hope they can regroup and open soon.
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