Written by Kassi Nelson, Posted: Wed, April 16 2014 at 5:07 PM, Updated: Wed, April 16 2014 at 10:21 PM
Ashland, Ore. -- Morning Glory's owner and head, chef Patty Groth, has put her popular Ashland breakfast spot on the market after 17 years of successful operations. We reached out to Groth to see why she was selling, but she never got back to us.
The real estate agent told NBC5 that the building, everything inside, and all of owner's recipes are on the market for $799,000.
One Southern Oregon University student and loyal Morning Glory diner, Nico Militello, said he's sad to hear about the pending changes. He said it's the ambiance that makes the restaurant so special.
"I'll be sad when they sell because it's just a really fun atmosphere. They have really cool art inside and an awesome mural," Militello said. "It's very unique. Very Ashlandy."
Militello said if the buyer were to change the menu he would miss the innovative recipes. Especially the Belgian waffles with pieces of bacon cooked into them.
NBC5 News reporter Kassi Nelson was born and raised in Nebraska. She graduated from the journalism school at University of Nebraska Lincoln where she studied broadcasting.
She also studied philosophy in the Czech Republic. Kassi has visited nine other countries including Sochi, Russia, where she reported on the preparations for the 2014 Olympic Games.
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