Serving up specials keeps patrons coming back
Embarking on her own business deal in 1999, Dominique purchased her first restaurant in North Tonawanda on Wheatfield Street.
Finding her current building to be more to her liking, she moved her restaurant to 775 Oliver Street, after ten years.
“Business is very good,” said Dominique.
She believes the key to her success in the restaurant business is working hard and having great food.
“Everything is homemade and fresh. People can order whatever they want, from lobster tails to fried bologna,” said Dominique.
Dominique stated her customers are not only local patrons, but that they come from all over just to get a taste of what’s on the menu.
Whether that be a sandwich or a gourmet meal, Half Moon Bay offers a traditional taste is every bite.
She, and her four employees, work day and night to provide quality service and quality food. Among those employees are her two children Jennifer Farley and Rick Consola, who are employed at the restaurant as managers.
In addition to quality service, a comfortable atmosphere and a clean environment, pricing at the restaurant is very reasonable.
“I believe it’s my specials that people like,” said Dominique. “We always have seafood specials, the food is fresh and homemade.”
A few of the most notable items on the menu at Half Moon Bay are:
• A fabulous Friday Fish Fry for $9.95
• Pan Fried Perch for $9.95
• Chicken Pot Pie
• Black Angus Yankee Pot Roast
Half Moon Bay is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday, with lunch served until 3 p.m.; 4 to 9 p.m. Saturdays for dinner; and Sundays the restaurant is open for the Bills Games serving a variety of specials at the bar.
For those individuals interested in utilizing the space and service provided at Half Moon Bay, the restaurant hosts private parties for up to 60 people with a buffet or sit down dinner, serving which ever items the customer services.