Sister Cities Cajun and BBQ forced to tighten after automobile strikes building
January 20, 2016 - bbq set
Sister Cities Cajun and BBQ in Dutchtown is sealed indefinitely after a automobile struck a grill Wednesday morning.
Owner Travis Parfait told a Post-Dispatch that he was not during a grill during a time of a incident. A crony who was in a area alerted him to what had happened.
Parfait pronounced that, as he understands it, a automobile branch from Meramec Street onto northbound South Grand Boulevard braked suddenly. The motorist mislaid control on a sharp travel and struck a dilemma of a building during 4144 South Grand.
“I can hang my palm by it,” Parfait pronounced of a repairs that a automobile had inflicted. “You can see copiousness of daylight.”
The city cursed a building.
“We’re anticipating there’ll be an investigation in a subsequent dual days that will hold a building structurally sound,” Parfait said.
Even so, Parfait pronounced it will be some time before Sister Cities can reopen. In a interim, he and co-owner Pamela Melton have set adult a GoFundMe campaign to lift income to keep a grill afloat.
“I have employees we have to make certain we can retain,” Parfait said. “(The damage) doesn’t stop a electric bills from coming.”
Sister Cities non-stop in Jun 2013 and was a member of 2015’s initial STL 100.