Following in the family food footsteps in Basin

For Jane Good, the entrepreneurial dream of someday owning her own restaurant started long ago while working in both her grandmother’s and mother's restaurants. “I basically grew up in the business," says Good. "I cleaned, cooked, bused and waited tables. You name it, I did it! I learned a lot from these two ladies. They were hard workers who did all they could to make their businesses a success." It wasn’t until recently, after tirelessly working multiple jobs at one time for many years, that Good made the decision to quit those jobs. “If I’m going to work hard, it was going to be for myself!” [image: IMG_0039.jpg] And here’s where the plans and preparations for her dream job developed. After months of planning and preparations, on Feb 1, 2016, the doors to Black Mountain Grill in downtown Basin were open for business. When asked why Basin, as a place to do business, Good went on to say: “This is where I grew up. A lot of memories were made here. Plus this is where my grandmother and mother had their restaurants. I knew in my heart, this too would be the place for my business to be.” After being open for three months, Good has a growing number of repeat diners. She adds that her secret to keeping them coming back is: great food, friendly service and good prices. “I pride myself in getting to know my customers on a one to one basis. It’s those little things, such as, know their favorite beverages so when they walk through the door; their drink is on the way." [image: IMG_0031.jpg] Good offers a variety of scrumptious dishes, such as the Black Mountain Omelet and Rebel Burger to name a couple from her popular items list. "My grandmother left one very important impression upon me," she said. "I told myself, that if I could be as good a cook as she was, I will feel I accomplished something. I believe I’ve accomplished what I set out to do.” Good says she appreciates all 7 of her hard working employees who help make her business a growing success. #olsen #reboot #news