Meeting of the Minds at Rickety Cricket in Kingman
Discussion of the current state of restaurants in Kingman, Arizona
- Diana’s Wine Cellar
- Sundowner Saloon
- The Healthy Bar
- Cracker Barrel
- Stetson Winery
- Tack Shed
- Jim Hinckley’s America
- Dript Candles Kitchen
- Metro By T-Mobile
- Travis Lingenfelter – Vice Mayor, CIty of Kingman
- Regina Cobb – State Representative
- Gary Kellogg – Economic Development, City of Kingman
- Sylvia Shaffer – Planning, Economic Dev.
- Becky Fawson – President- Kingman Chamber of Commerce
- Jim Hinckley- Author & Historian
- Steve LeSueur -EDAC Commissioner
- Outside Seating areas for community restaurant spaces
- Touchless Menus using QR codes
- Indoor seating with social distancing being followed
- City has approved 250K allocated to local COVID-19 Recovery
- Advertising & marketing, Parkets (50% grant match)
- Legislative request: Sales Tax Forgiveness – Creating a % that is forgiven
- Legislative request: Alcohol being able to transported between businesses such as Nevada – Open liquor (Regina Cobb)
- Domestic Traveller marketing budget increased
- “Support new employees, increase revenues, capital investments” , Travis Lingenfelter
- Sylvia from the City- Parklet/Pedlets program – Approved on July 7th, 50/50 matching funds for parkets. Up to 5K per business. Local architect included in the project design.
- Helping with other businesses not downtown for capital investments in outdoor dining.
- Facade Improvement – 10% from business 90% from City up to 10K – Includes Architect
- Need more formal clarity: Series 6 Liquor License holders ~ Stay open if you have a kitchen with a menu and food.