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 SEPTEMBER 2013SEPTEMBER 2013
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  A Publication A Publication
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Lincoln News Messenger 
of the
Lincoln News Messenger 
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INSIDE LINCOLN SEPTEMBER 2013
BY DEBBIE BROWN
INSIDE LINCOLN CORRESPONDENT
F
or 10 years, the corner of 5thStreet and Lincoln Boule-vard has been home to Awful Annie's.Owners Jai and Don Baker wanted to open the now Lin-coln landmark and said thatcorner would be a great loca-tion.“When we originally thoughtabout opening the restaurant inLincoln,” Jai Baker said, “we were told the bypass would bebuilt within a couple years. When the bypass went in, itreally helped us and I'm thrilled with that.The couple, married for 39 years, are seasoned restaurantowners. Having owned the Awful Annie's in Auburn for thelast 23 years, the Bakers “wereexcited about Lincoln's growthand the opportunity it wouldgive us to grow with the com-munity,” which is why they expanded into Lincoln.Jai Baker's work day beginsevery morning at 5 when shecreates all the delicious bakedgoods that the restaurant sells(including her mother's recipefor bread pudding).She boasts that “even with allthe wonderful employees”there, someone from the family is almost always at the restau-rant. Alongside her husbandand their two sons, Adam andBryan, they have built a busi-ness where their customers“have become like members” of the Baker family.“We are very proud of therestaurant and the family involvement,” Jai Baker added.If you've been a regular cus-tomer, maybe you've noticedsome changes going on lately.Partly to honor their 10-yearanniversary, the restaurantrecently received a “facelift.”New booths have been added,
 Awful Annies celebrates 10 years in Lincoln
DEBBIE BROWN • THE NEWS MESSENGER
Lunchtime is a popular time at Awful Annie's. On Sundays, it isn't unusual to have more than 500 customers come through the doors of the restaurant.
 
SEPTEMBER 2013 INSIDE LINCOLN
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as well as the new bar. Although they already have a full liquor license,the bar has only beenopened about a month. When asked by InsideLincoln if the restaurant would ever be open fordinner, Jai Baker said, “Wefeel very fortunate to besuccessful for breakfastand lunch, and we're fine with that.Serving close to 500customers every Sunday is one of the reasons thatJai Baker loves coming into the restaurant. Whilethat might be a daunting number of customers toserve in a day, she is nostranger to working long hours in restaurants. Prior
COURTESY • THE NEWS MESSENGER
Bryan, Jai and Adam Baker installed a full bar in commemoration of AwfulAnnie's 10th anniversary. Although the restaurant has held a full liquorlicense for some time, the bar has been open about one month.
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A group of women enjoy a birthday celebration at Zakuro Sushi Bistro with PeterHong (restaurant manager) and Mike Kim (restaurant owner). Zakuro is located at 835 TwelveBridges Drive. For more information about Zakuro Sushi Bistro, call 543-4455 or visitsushizakuro.com.
Photo by:
Debbie Brown • Inside Lincoln
Inside Lincoln is published the first Thursday of each month by Placer CommunityNewspapers, Inc. Periodicals postage paid in Lincoln, CA. In county delivery is $29.00 peryear or $75.00 outside Placer County. Adjudicated newspaper of General Circulation inaccordance with the laws of California by decree number 74028. All material is copy-right, all rights reserved. If your home delivery subscription newspaper does not arriveby 6 a.m., please call (916) 774-7900 or 1-(800) 927-7355 by noon for same-day delivery.
553 F Street, Lincoln, CA. 95648 www.lincolnnewsmessenger.com
General Info,
916-645-7733, messenger@goldcountrymedia.com
General Manager,
Jim Easterly, (530) 852-0224, jime@goldcountrymedia.com
Publisher,
Jean Lund, 916-774-7971, jeanl@goldcountrymedia.com
Editor,
Carol Feineman, 916-774-7972, carolf@goldcountrymedia.com
Office manager,
Shoni Jones, 916-645-7733, messenger@goldcountrymedia.com
Sales Representative,
Brenda Thomas, 916-774-7974, brendat@goldcountrymedia.com
Circulation,
916-774-7900 or 1-800-927-7355
Fax,
916-645-2776U.S.P.S No. 386-980
• SEE ANNIE’S
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