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Local business owner and entrepreneur, Sean Baird, came to speak at Parkland on Thursday, Oct. Baird was a guest speaker in an ongoing series of the Parkland Entrepreneurial Network or PEN talks.“There was really a void of competition in the food truck scene.There were only two other ones in town but now there’s around 15,” Baird said.For a few months Watson’s Shack & Rail has occupied the old Boltini Lounge at 211 N. There is limited street parking here, but ample parking is available at the Hill Street Parking Deck or in the parking lot east of the Virginia Theater. It was super loud in there as happy hour was in full swing, but the outside seating provided a perfect mix of moderate background noise and visual interest. They use the term “fine-casual” which is a perfect descriptor.This lot is just a short walk through the alley beside the restaurant. I’ve been to places downtown before that didn’t even have high chairs or booster seats, so I was happy to see both when I checked in at the host stand. Then our waitress brought a kids cup and coloring supplies. The prices and ambiance fall just in between fast and fine dining.