Canadian Cuisine is coming to Oswego.
If you’ve never heard of poutine, join the club with Oswego Village President Troy Parlier.
That was business owner Robert Yarbrough, Jr. which brought this reaction from Oswego trustee Pam Parr.
Yarbrough made a presentation before the Oswego Village Board this week for his restaurant RV’s which will be located on Route 30. He described some of his restaurant’s menu for trustees.
Yarbrough also was seeking a Class D liquor license from the village to sell beer and wine. Oswego trustees unanimously approved his application. When asked if he would seek a state-issued video gaming license, he had this response.
Yarbrough said his grandfather and great uncle started RV’s Home of the Hoagy 60 years ago in Morgan Park neighborhood in Chicago. He expects to be open in three weeks.
Later food continued to be part of the meeting’s topics, when Oswego Village Board Trustee Pam Parr talked about a pre-meeting feast.
There was no indication if Parlier will make his recipe public.