Save the Lake Wilderness Golf Course restaurant | Letter

I read with much sadness ( Dec. 10 edition) that the Lake Wilderness Golf Course restaurant may close due to difficult economic circumstances. I just found the restaurant a couple weeks ago, and I'm looking forward to going back. My dining experience was perfect – from the friendly staff, fun, upbeat live music, to the delicious all-you-could-eat pasta bar.

I read with much sadness ( Dec. 10 edition) that the Lake Wilderness Golf Course restaurant may close due to difficult economic circumstances. I just found the restaurant a couple weeks ago, and I’m looking forward to going back. My dining experience was perfect – from the friendly staff, fun, upbeat live music, to the delicious all-you-could-eat pasta bar.

How can the restaurant be saved? The prices in the restaurant are very reasonable, so why not raise the prices a bit? What about advertising? I don’t remember ever seeing or hearing advertising for the restaurant. I think many people don’t realize it’s there. I don’t want to lose a great dining establishment. Yes, it was me who posted a notice on Craigslist, “Save the Lake Wilderness Golf Course Restaurant.” I also shared my experience with a link to the restaurant on my Facebook page. What more can I do? I’ll just let everyone know the Lake Wilderness Golf Course restaurant is the place to go for an exceptional dining experience and hope the restaurant can remain open.

Sandra Ross

Maple Valley




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