The long hot humid days of August have had most people looking for a spot to relax and cool off in the evening. The back porch can provide such a spot or maybe the pavilion at Burkett Park. Often the problem is you have to heat up the grill or kitchen to fix something to eat. Anarene Catering Co. has solved the problem.

Last Thursday night at the yet unnamed park at the corner of N. Sycamore and E. Elm, Anarene Catering Co. showcased a comfortable place to chill out with friends in good conversation, have a cool beverage of choice, and enjoy world class cuisine. The rustic fencing surrounding the place gave the evening a cozy secure feeling without felling restricted. Young people played games in the open area while the adults found a spot on the numerous picnic tables. A little tasteful music in the background made for a perfect evening.

Hosts and hostesses for the evening and partners in Anarene Catering Co., Chef Juston Liles, Rachel Liles, Mickey Mayo, and Amy Mayo were on hand to answer questions about upcoming plans. Information about food truck scheduling at the park should be forthcoming in the near future. In the meantime check out their website at www.anarenecatering.com.

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