Lum's in Junction never closed during all of this, but has gone back and forth between just a take-out window, just take-out from inside, limited inside seating, back to just take-out, and now is back to inside seating. 'Food is excellent, as always.
And, I know the dad and two sons can't work all day, every day, and I'm sure they deserve a huge break, but they've hired some kids. An older lady is there that's always been there, and I assume she's the supervisor, but the two boys (17, 18?) working the counter are a couple of self-absorbed dweebs. 'Refuse to acknowledge you're standing there and were deeply engaged in discussing, I think, a video game.
The lady finally said "Hello sir, how can we help you?" and I told them what I wanted. She stepped away and then the kid making the sandwich stops, does this dumb-arse sarcastic face and puts his hands out because she walked away instead of helping. I would have fired his spoiled little butt right there. I wanted to come across the counter and, as my mother was fond of saying, "pinch his head off!" There was another young kid working the pits; 'didn't look too thrilled, but he was working hard.
Maybe it's a later shift, temporary help, etc., but I worry about any restaurant that starts letting a bunch of teenagers run a place. As long as the lady is there and rules with an iron fist, maybe, but kids have spelled the doom of many a great restaurant.