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Sandy’s 101 Omlettes closes in Fairfield

By From page A5 | August 20, 2014

FAIRFIELD — Sandy’s Original 101 Omelettes on North Texas Street closed after the lease on the breakfast restaurant ran out, an owner says.

Ronald Konkle said Sandy’s, which opened at the current site in August 2011, had a good following in Fairfield before it closed at the start of this month.

“A lot of them are sorry to see it go,” he said of residents.

Konkle called the restaurant business very competitive and said the building owner plans a new restaurant at the 2190 N. Texas St. site.

Sandy’s was located down the street for about 10 years before the 2190 N. Texas St. site, Konkle said. Sandy Calvert moved to Texas last fall, Konkle said.

Calvert had her head shaved in February 2013 in front of a packed crowd at the restaurant to raise awareness for breast cancer and to give emotional support to a family member with the disease. Calvert had worked with Pink Lemonade founder Donna Quintero to organize the fundraising event.

Reach Ryan McCarthy at 427-6935 or [email protected]

Ryan McCarthy


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