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Chad Lundquist/Nevada Appeal Lou Lane, right, and his wife Joan-Marie, new owners of Joanie's Creekside Deli & Catering, stand in their restaurant on Tuesday.

Joanie’s Creekside Deli & Catering

1795 E. College Parkway, #100


Hours: 7:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Name: Lou Lane

Position: Co-owner

How he picked this restaurant: He and his wife, Joan-Marie, had been looking for restaurants to buy. This one looked appealing because of its location and quality of service.

What he did before this: Administrator for the Washoe Tribe

What he has done to change the restaurant: Added some of his wife’s recipes and opened the business for breakfast.

What’s important for him running a restaurant: Communicating with guests. Greeting them when they come in and checking on them during their meal. Providing great food, great portions and great service.

First job: Working at Baskin-Robbins in 1969 in the Bay Area.

Popular foods at the restaurant: Wraps and salads.