Oh, what a happy day. Hard Times Cafe is getting ready to open on Route 234 near Sudley Manor Drive in what used to be a Korean mafia owned place called “Sharpshooters”. For a while that place was having a “gay night” on Thursdays, and was the scene of several large brawls connected with their “hip hop night” that never seemed to get mentioned in the local papers. Instead of having that semi-persistent neighborhood problem, we’re getting a trade-in for some of the best Chili outside of New Mexico.
I am a huge fan of their Texas Chili Mac, and the Terlingua Red isn’t shabby at all. When they open, I am there. This is some of the best business news to have broken in years in Prince William County as far as I’m concerned, and it’s opening just down the street from me. If our local economy keeps up like this, it’s going to cause permanent emotional damage to members of the illegal alien lobby that are struggling just as hard as they can to cry about a three block stretch of Route 1 that has been in decline for the past five years as proof that business hates us here. They can cry in their papusas to their heart’s content as long as I can chow down on Hard Times chili, wash it down with a beer, and enjoy the country atmosphere that says “Made In The USA” from one end of the place to the other.
No, today I feel that local business absolutely loves us. We got a Hard Times Cafe on this end of the county!
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