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Chariton Area Chamber/Main Street held a ribbon cutting at a new restaurant called Letz Eat at 126 N. Grand on the east side of the Chariton square this past Wednesday morning, Sept. 15. Holding the scissors and doing the ribbon cutting is the Owner, Ashley Letz. Holding the new business certificate to the right of Letz is her sister and employee Amanda Demichelis. Standing to the right of Demichelis is the restaurant’s other employee Bonnie Kern.

There’s a new restaurant now open in Chariton with delicious food, fast and friendly service and a nice atmosphere that will make you want to keep coming back.

The new restaurant is called Letz Eat and it’s located at 126 N. Grand on the east side of the Chariton square where Granny’s Kitchen used to be. The owner is Ashley Letz and it opened on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

Chariton Area Chamber/Main Street held a ribbon cutting to welcome Letz Eat to town this past Wednesday morning, Sept. 15.

Letz Eat is open six days a week and it’s closed on Wednesdays. It’s open from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Breakfast is served all day at Letz Eat and they offer two lunch specials daily. For breakfast they serve, pancakes, biscuits and gravy, eggs and hash browns. On Sunday they offer a breakfast special as well. Recently they served eggs benedict for the Sunday breakfast special. This past Sunday the breakfast special was quiche.

For lunch they serve ham balls, Rueben sandwiches, hot beef sandwiches and meat loaf. Letz Eat also serves soups, grilled chicken sandwiches and chicken dumplings.

“We try to offer at least one comfort food each day. We keep a small menu because we want everything to be homemade and less processed and less frozen,” Owner Ashley Letz said.

Letz Eat also offers carry out. They have a Facebook page that people have been ordering off of which is called Letz Eat. The restaurant doesn’t have a phone number yet as they’re still working on getting a new phone line hooked up.

There are two employees at Letz Eat including Letz’ sister, Amanda Demichelis, and Bonnie Kern.

Letz explained why she decided to open the restaurant. “It’s just a dream I’ve had since I was little,” she said.