There is not much better than a frosty malt on a hot summer day in rural America.
For far too many small towns in the rural midwest though, declining populations have lead to the closure of many of the eating establishments that once anchored Main Street.
One by one the restaurants have closed.
The cafes have closed.
The opportunity to enjoy a frosty milk shake has disappeared.
Such was the case in Marion . . .
While we came in for an afternoon malt and missed the morning and lunch rush, Katie’s Malt Shoppe packed in local customers for it’s grand opening this Memorial Day weekend.
Preparations have been underway for weeks turning the old, outdated cafe building – a building that had housed cafes for the last 50 years or so – into an updated and chic new malt shoppe and cafe.
Owners have done their work…
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