When she was 15 years old, Mary Todd Seaman began waitressing at Biancke’s restaurant.
She fell in love.
“I’m buying this place one day,” Mary Todd said she told everyone. “They just kind of laughed at me.”
Today, five years later, Mary Todd is the new owner of the Main Street restaurant filled with old Cynthiana High School class composites, regular customers, dark green tablecloths and conversation.
“It’s fun to be here for me,” Mary Todd said last Thursday morning, after she chatted with a table of breakfast customers. “This has never really felt like a job.”
For the complete story, see this week’s edition of The Cynthiana Democrat.