Cabin Creek Cafe changes partnership

The Cabin Creek Cafe, located in the Lake City Shopping Center in Baker, has changed partners. Sherrie Wegner of Baker has partnered with Jon and Alissa Miller in ownership of the cafe.

 

 Sherrie Wegner, left, of Baker has partnered with Jon and Alissa Miller in ownership of Cabin Creek Cafe. Photo by Lori Kesinger
Sherrie Wegner, left, of Baker has partnered with Jon and Alissa Miller in ownership of Cabin Creek Cafe.
Photo by Lori Kesinger

 

Posted February 7, 2014

By Lori Kesinger

The Cabin Creek Cafe, located in the Lake City Shopping Center in Baker, has changed partners. Sherrie Wegner of Baker has partnered with Jon and Alissa Miller in ownership of the cafe. Wegner brings a delightful personality to the establishment and will be baking her signature homemade breads, sweet rolls, pies and many more delectable items.

Wegner started baking at the cafe last August and then went to full-time cooking in December. As a previous partner, Toni O’Connor, stepped aside, “Sherrie’s position as a partner just fell into place,” Miller said. Wegner and her husband, Jim, have lived in Baker for five years and they have three daughters, two live in Baker and one in Columbus. Wegner used to sell fresh vegetables from her garden in Baker, and said, “For the past three years I was known as the veggie lady.”

With the new joint ownership, cafe hours have extended from 5:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, closed Sunday and Monday. Miller and Wegner both noted, “Our hours don’t stop even if the cafe isn’t open.” They often provide food for school functions or teams, funerals, and local meetings, as well as handling the business aspect of the cafe and vying for some time with their families.

The lunch menu has expanded to include such items as chicken alfredo, spaghetti and meatballs, tacos, and hot hamburgers. A homemade lunch special and soup are offered daily, and Wednesday is senior discount day. Breakfast is now offered all day and a breakfast special on Saturdays.

You can find Cabin Creek Cafe on Facebook where the daily lunch special and soup are posted, and at the cafe, “it’s still homemade,”as Wegner said, which is a rarity in the restaurant world these days.

      



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