COVID-19: Beloved Ohsweken restaurant shutters its doors after 30 years

COVID-19 claims first business with closing of TNT. Bonny Hill and her mom Yvonne decided to close the business after 30 years. (Photo by Donna Duric)

By Donna Duric Writer It’s been a village mainstay for lunch and dinner for over 30 years. The wood-paneled fast food joint was tucked away in a skinny little alcove in the Ohsweken village plaza but everybody knew where it was. It was the place to go if you were doing business in the plaza and got a little rumbling in your tummy. It was a top choice for the local workforce grabbing a quick bite at lunch, and it was famous for its hearty Indian Tacos – thick, fluffy pieces of frybread loaded with seasoned meat, cheese, veggies and toppings of your choice. Sadly, TNT Fast Foods, with its family-run atmosphere, award-winning customer service and wide selection of quick and tasty home-cooked meals has become one of the first…

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