LOGAN — As a youngster, and maybe even still today, do you enjoy visiting your grandparent’s house, eating a homemade meal and maybe sitting around the table and playing cards?
That is the atmosphere you will be reminded of when you step into and experience the dining at the Cornerstone Cafe located on the corner of North Fourth Avenue and East Sixth Street in Logan, said new owner Missy Rowe.
The restaurant was formerly called the Bunk House Too. The “doors opened,” so to speak, Sunday, March 29.
Currently, the restaurant is offering to-go orders and curbside service due to the COVID-19 crisis.
“This is really a dream come true for me and my family,” she said of owning the cafe.
Missy grew up in the Omaha area. And really, she has been a jack of all trades her whole life when it comes to jobs.
It all began with beauty school. Once graduated, she started doing hair and continued to for about a decade.
“I was the girl who did everybody’s hair and makeup,” Missy said.
From there, she spent time gathering experience in a variety of other positions from coordinating weddings to owning a catering business to working at restaurants.
In the midst of all this, she met and fell in love with her now husband, Matthew Rowe.
As for the journey to owning and running her own café, that started with casual conversations, which would eventually turn into an actuality.
Read the rest of her journey to owning the Cornerstone Cafe and how business has been so far in the April 22 issue of our newspaper!