Three Forks Bakery and Brewery Down to One Fork

The last fork shown here at the Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Company.
The last fork shown here at the Three Forks Bakery & Brewing Company. (click for a larger image)

Nevada City, CAAccording to insiders close to the popular Nevada City restaurant and brewery, the Three Forks Bakery & Brewery Company might be down to just one fork, despite assurances from both the management and its loyal customers that they indeed have more than one.

“I don’t know how they did it with just three forks to begin with,” said a concerned Beverly “Indica” Anderson of Nevada City. “Do you think it has something to do with the drought? I mean, maybe they’re doing fewer dishes or making people bring their own forks?”

Opened in 2014, Three Forks Bakery & Brewery is  “a friendly, small-town restaurant where visitors and locals come for delicious, homemade food and beer made from the highest quality, local, and organic ingredients,” according to their website. There is no mention about how they expect their customers to share only three forks, let alone the solitary one they are purportedly reduced to.

It is also unclear at the time of this writing if the proprietors are going to change the name of their establishment, ignore this pressing issue or more obviously, buy more forks.

“Well, what if they buy more forks,” continued a questioning Ms. Anderson, “will they change their name to 427 Forks Bakery & Brewery Company? You get my point? A business can’t change their name all the time like that. I hope they figure it out.”

The establishment did not return Gish Gallop’s request for comment, however according to insider sources, the restaurant’s dishwasher is pleased about this latest development.

Three Forks Bakery & Brewery Company

211 Commercial Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
[email protected]

Mon, Wed, Thurs – 7am-10pm
Fri, Sat – 7am-11pm
Sun – 8am-10pm
Closed Tuesday

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Just like here in Sitka at the soup kitchen we had to switch to plastic spoons because all the twickers were taking the metal spoons! ; {