Not Fitting the Mold

In our quest to become South Florida’s Top Steakhouse, we’ve put nothing but the best equipment in our kitchen. That’s why we were so surprised to learn that our sink has been leaking into the wall for a month. Long story short, we’ve got a problem. A big one. What started out at a leak, has turned into a flood, which turned into a full out mold problem. As a lifelong restaurateur, I’ve never had to deal with this stuff before. So I did a little online research, and it turns out mold is serious business. I knew I needed to treat the mold quickly, and that I did. Our hostess, Jenny, looked up “mold removal West Palm Beach” and found the number for a top rated mold removal professional on a helpful site.

I’ve always assumed mold only appeared in abandoned buildings and run down house. But apparently, this is a pretty common in South Florida. It’s a problem that many homeowners and business owners have encountered, but reluctantly admit to for fear that they will be judged for be sloppy. Once I opened up about the situation, which I had to seeing as we were¬†closed¬†for a month, friends and neighbors shared their mold experiences. Seems like a lot of people in West Palm Beach have had mold. Though mostly resulting from heavy rains or leaky pools, not leaky sinks. Either way, it turns out it’s not something to be ashamed of because it happens to the best of us.

I am happy to report the problem has been solved. We are now back in business, and the steaks are better than ever. So come on over and and try our rib-eye.



My mold. Don’t worry it’s gone now.