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Shemp & Petey’s Provides ‘Hometown Flavor’

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When Kenny Barnes decided to open Shemp & Petey’s Bistro, he knew he wanted it to have a comforting, small-town feel for anyone who walked through the door.

“When you come in to eat, I want you to act like you’re at home,” said Barnes. “You don’t rush at home to eat. You sit down, relax and ...

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  1. A group of us tried Shemp and Petey’s on Thursday, we enjoyed our dining experience very much. As Mr. Barnes stated, we were not rushed (two and a half hours catching up with each other) at all. The sandwiches, soups and salads we tried were all wonderful. If you haven’t been, you should, you will not be disappointed.

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