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Dan Durant
Worked at Brothers' Restaurant
Attended Northeastern University
Lives in Ashland, Oregon
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We enjoyed a recent visit to the Mt. Shasta Lavender Farm.  Check out this blog link for more info.
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Going to Coconuts tonight!
We are excited to see Cocoanuts tonight — our first show of the 2014 season. Remembering Animal Crackers from last year, I’m sure it will be loads of fun.   Brothers’ Restaurant — Serving Breakfast and Lunch in ...
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People say the nicest things.  Here's a TripAdvisor review of Brothers' Restaurant from this weekend.  Serving Breakfast and Lunch, since 1976.
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Thanks to the Mail Tribune for the nice article about Brothers' Restaurant, Ashland, Oregon.
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Here's an article about Brothers' Restaurant from the July 2014 Locals' Guide.
Conveniently located at 95 North Main, Brothers’ Restaurant proudly hosts a friendly and vibrant place to enjoy great food and company. For more than 38 years the restaurant has provided Ashlanders and tourists with an eclectic breakfast and lunch menu. Each week Dan and his chef, Raliegh Grantham, offer new weekly specials ranging from Crab Eggs Benedict to Mexican Chorizo…
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Quite and article Dan, Well Done!
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Fantastic trip, fantastic pictures.  Great sequences.  I especially like the one of the cheetahs.  Thanks for sharing.  Can't wait to go.
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We've got some delicious specials in store for you this week
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I run a great restaurant, providing customers with great healthy food, and providing my employees with a great place to work.
Introduction
What goes around...  After surviving High School in Wilmington, Mass., I thought I wanted to be a Nurse.  Off to Northeastern University I went.  Survived 2 years of that, then ran off to Europe for two months with a couple of friends.  Met and fell for my partner David in 1980.  Most of my jobs until then were in restaurants.  We moved to San Francisco, where I eventually became a Systems Administrator for an international law firm (Shearman & Sterling).  No more restaurants for Dan ; ).  It was time for something new in 1993, so we moved to Ashland, Oregon to purchase Country Willows B&B Inn.  Loved it for 10-1/2 years.  Then in 2004, it was again time for something new.  After selling the Inn, I struggled to redefine the next phase of life.  I bought a fixer-upper, did a major remodel and sold it a year later.  Learned that that's not for me, so in 2007 I bought Brothers' Restaurant.  I've had the restaurant for 5 years and David and I have been together for 32 years.  Turns out restaurants are what I really love to do and now I'm doing it.  Happy!
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While we owned Country Willows B&B Inn, we were featured in Country Inns Magazine and Bon Appetit Magazine, plus several others. Brothres' Restaurant is currently enjoying great reviews from the Locals' Guide and others.
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  • Northeastern University
    1978
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Own and operate Brothers' Restaurant in Ashland, Oregon.
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Bellingham, Washington - San Francisco, California - Beverly, Massachusetts - Danvers, Massachusetts - Wilmington, Massachusetts
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This is our second time on their Jet Boat trip. Both times were really fun. Taylor is very informative about the area's history. Highly recommend!
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