It’s hard to believe the years that have passed since the inauguration of our little basement
restaurant, Tommy’s Not Here. Though the tongue & cheek namesake still brings a chuckle to the odd customer, it is safe to say that our restaurant has been taken very seriously by developing itself into one of Sudbury’s premier dining establishments.
We have always relied on the contagious nature of great compliments from our patrons to others, to promote and advertise their experiences to friends, family and business associates. This word of mouth tactic is honest, yet sometimes critical, but overall it has helped us to create the positive evolution that has transpired within
these restaurant’s walls.
With no fancy gimmicks or radio jingles, this process took time and eventually created a
large following of loyal clientele that share with
us many great times. Dining at our restaurant
is not always centered around the food, but
rather a complete focus on your entire exper-
ience. Customers become friends and relation-
ships abound in the intimate setting that we have worked very hard to create and obtain.
||With everyday in passing, it brings us personal gratification for a job well done, yet it is far from complete. The constant challenge to continue satisfying our patrons has been met with great praise and respect. This gives us the opportunity to thank everyone who has become part of our family, for watching us grow, for helping us grow and for allowing us to grow.
Special gratitude to our customers that acknow-
edge and appreciate our high standards, as we keep reaching for new levels to satisfy the never ending urge to have a good ole’ time.
Sincere Thanks from the whole Tommy’s Crew.
The Sudbury Star
The Toronto Star