Local business briefs

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

MONGER BROS. STILL GOING

The beat goes on for one of Pawhuska’s oldest businesseses, Monger Bros. Auto Supply.

Originally scheduled to close its doors in February, the auto parts store, 301 W. Main St., has remained in operation due to the emergence of a prospective buyer for the local business — which traces its origin back to 1923.

Monger Bros. owner Nancy Woodyard said that the store has adopted its summer hours and will now be open from 8 a.m. until noon on Saturdays.

HOME DECOR SPECIALIST

Candi Peaster is the proprietor of a new home decor and gift shop in the downtown area. Called The French Nest, the business is located at 129 E. Main St.

NEW BARBECUE RESTAURANT

Triggers BBQ Catering was recently opened at 201 E. 14th St. The owners are Gay McBride and Chris Kincaid. They can be reached by telephone at 620-353-4550.

EL VALLARTA NOW OPEN

El Vallarta Mexican Restaurant opened to a standing-room crowds Monday.

It is at The Greek’s former location, 520 E. Main.

The restaurant is owned by Antonio Aguirre Onate, who operates other El Vallartes in Miami, Jay and Joplin, Mo.

DELI OFFERING CARRYOUT

Jackpot Deli at Osage Casino-Pawhuska is now taking phone orders for pizza, salads and sandwiches.

The deli opens at 11 a.m. daily. With a menu that includes three standard pizza varieties, cold chicken salad and club sandwiches, regular and chef salads, pickles and chips, it operates until 11 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 10 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday.

Customers can place an order by calling 918-287-9279.