May 29, 2024

Confetti flies at Moe's RBF's ribbon cutting

Ryan and Morgan Antisdel are joined by family and Greenfield Chamber Main Street leaders April 13 as they cut the ribbon on Moe's RBF (Random Breakfast Food), which opened in January.

Contents of confetti and glitter cannons were swept away by the warm breeze Saturday morning on the Greenfield Public Square as kids present at a ribbon cutting for Moe’s RBF (Random Breakfast Food) appropriately marked the occasion.

Ryan and Morgan Antisdel own the coffee shop and eatery on the northwest side of the square that opened Jan. 20. Morgan and her staff have gradually built up their menu offerings and have been overwhelmed with the community’s response to what they’re doing.

Morgan and her husband, Ryan, leaned heavily on extended family to completely gut their building on the north side of the square, formerly known as Dr. Verlin Hockett’s dental practice, and transformed it into a clean, modern-looking coffee shop and eatery.

“I’m just humbled and blown away,” Morgan Antisdel said. “I’m just grateful and the community support has been so much more than I ever anticipated.”

Antisdel’s original goal was to focus on offering a place where the area could find a good breakfast, but first came coffee drinks. Two weeks later they added pastries. A breakfast menu was implemented about two weeks later. Most recently, lunch options have been given. There is still one more phase of lunch Moe’s will eventually add.

Moe’s employs a mixture of high school and adult help and Antisdel said she’s very thankful and they are “what make it all go.”

Her original goal was simple: to offer breakfast.

“But, it’s been so much more than I ever expected it to be,” she said.

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson

Caleb Nelson has served as News Editor of the Adair County Free Press and Fontanelle Observer since Oct. 2017. He and his wife Kilee live in Greenfield. In Greenfield and the greater Adair County area, he values the opportunity to tell peoples' stories, enjoys playing guitar, following all levels of sports, and being a part of his local church.