Ever wish someone would show up at your house with a burrito? If you live in Mount Zion, you're in luck. Solsa American Burrito Co. recently added delivery service in the village.
The restaurant at 910 N. Illinois 121 charges an extra $2.50 for the service, and the minimum order is $10. Orders are made online only, and payment is only accepted through credit and gift cards. Delivery drivers will not carry cash. Allow 15 to 20 minutes for the delivery time.
Solsa regional manager Justin Rentmeester said the service began more than a week ago. "We are in a test phase," he said. "And we are working to expand the area."
The Decatur restaurant, 2805 N. Main St., will be offering the service later in the fall, he said.
Leo Wilson and the crew at Wilson's Garage are getting an early start to the Labor Day weekend.
The business is closed today, but don't expect to see them relaxing or grilling burgers anytime soon.
Instead, they are using the long holiday weekend to move into a new location.
Planned development in the area around its most recent location, 990 N. Water St., led Wilson to seek out a new building to house his auto repair business.
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 4, the business will be located at 1335 N. 21st St. He is looking forward to the larger building, which includesa customer waiting area and office space.
Wilson has made a couple moves during his 30 years in business. This one brings him closer to the spot along 22nd Street which was home to the business for more than 20 years.
Wilson’s Garage is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call (217) 424-0660.
The Taco Bell at 1400 Hickory Point Drive has been closed for remodeling, according to its franchise owner, Missouri Fiesta.
The store closed early on Sunday to prepare for construction, which is expected to take about three weeks. An exact reopen date hasn’t been identified.
There are two other Taco Bell locations in the Decatur area: 1991 S. Mount Zion Road or 753 E. Pershing Road, which recently reopened after a $290,000 remodeling in July.