TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - It looks like a beloved Southside restaurant will continue to serve its faithful customers.
Oleans Cafe, a Tallahassee staple for 20 years had reportedly been facing foreclosure.
When we arrived at the restaurant on South Adams Street Friday, the line was out the door, no doubt a testament to the soul kitchen's great food and popularity.
When asked about the foreclosure, Johnny McCaskill, who is co-owner of the restaurant with his wife Olean, assured us that "everything has been handled and we are not facing foreclosure."
Johnny referred us to Timothy Traenor, a trial attorney with the small business administration in Washington DC, who has been working with the McCaskills to reach a resolution to the problem.
"We have reached an agreement, in principle, with Mr. McCaskill, we will hold the foreclosure action," said Traenor.
As long as they are compliant with the new agreement, the people of Tallahassee can continue to eat well.