Mark Reeves announced to the crowd present at the ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday "there's not a bad seat in the house." Well, I knew this was true. After months of walking through the building-before it even was a building- countless times and standing in just about every corner I already knew that he was telling the truth. Every single person present on Friday marveled at the beauty of the finished product and I couldn't help but think about all those responsible for this in the restaurants early years of development (when it was just a dream) that are no longer with us to share the excitement.
The Riverside Grill will be managed by Corey Reeves, the 23 year old daughter of Mark and Leslie. What a responsibility for her and how lucky the Reeves are to have a daughter that can handle such a responsibility at a young age. And what a lucky young lady to have a father to have such confidence in a daughter.
This restaurant will be operating by a computer system. I'm not sure how it all works but it sounds interesting. The wonderful thing about the system is that it has never been used in Pocomoke and once again Pocomoke is on the "cutting edge".