Colonial House on the move


After more than 30 years in one location, the Colonial House will head north, just a little.  (photo courtesy Colonial House)

But won’t stray far from faithful

submitted by Kevin Beshara, Colonial House

It’s official: the Colonial House Restaurant and Bar is on the move. A longstanding local favorite since 1981, the restaurant is famous for its gooey, made from scratch caramel rolls and hearty comfort cuisine. The Colonial House has now announced it will be moving to a new location further north on Mt. Rushmore Road. An official move date is undetermined, but owner Kevin Beshara estimates the transition will take place during the first half of 2014.

Colonial House“We’re incredibly excited about the move. It’s a huge, much anticipated step for us. We’re also extremely dedicated to making sure that everything is in place, every detail attended to, before we unveil the new establishment,” says Beshara. The family-owned Colonial House will continue to offer the same renowned hospitality and dishes it is known for, in an atmosphere that is both modern and relaxed.

“We aren’t going to leave behind the values we’ve based our entire background on,” explains Beshara. “Warm hospitality is our number one priority, along with dishes that are created from scratch using fresh, seasonal ingredients. It’s what both our guests and our family expect from the Colonial House. That’s not going to change. What will change is our ability to offer a more spacious environment for our guests. One that continues our legacy of preparing delicious cuisine in a space that is comfortable, welcoming, and family-oriented.”

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