Charcoal Grill & Brew Pub
Opening Soon: General Manager Alan Shoe hopes to open within a few weeks.
December 3, 2005
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By: Julie McCallum, Entertainment Editor
804 E. Midland Street , Bay City - Business hours will be: Mon-Thurs 11am to 11 pm, Fri & Sat 11 am to 1am, Sunday Noon to 9 pm. Call (989) 891-0100 for reservations
- They take dinner reservations for parties of eight (8) or more.
Lumber Barons' anchors the eastern edge of the Midland Street Historic District
Art Dore is ready to open the doors at Lumber Barons' Charcoal Grill & Brew Pub.
General Manager Alan Shoe says, "We are hoping to open within the next few weeks." Shoe says the restaurant will employ about 130, including five managers."
The Historic Building, formerly Hereford & Hops, and located on the East end of Midland Street on Bay City's West Side, will re-open in late December. The building was originally purchased in 1995 by Hereford & Hops and converted to a restaurant & brewpub.Friday's VIP Night
at Lumber Barons', was filled with excitement and anticipation as many local dignataries were welcomed by Floor Manager Liz Naples. Attendees got a sneak preview of what's in store for food lovers on Bay City'sMidland Street Historic West Side.
Former Bay City Mayor, Mike Buda had high praise for the new restaurant. "The food is fabulous!" Buda said.
Lumber Barons' Menu
offers entrees From The Butcher Shop, Fish & Seafood, Soups & Salads,a Children's Menu and appetizers such as Escargot, Shrimp Cocktail, Wild Mushroom Bisque and much more. Gift certificates are also available and will be available for the upcoming Holiday.
Lumber Barons' has made many changes including the addition of the popular, Martini and Cigar Bar,
called "The Stables" and has become a favorite social gathering place for Lumber Barons' visitors. The Stables has many TVs and even a big screen viewing area.
Much of the unique decorating at Lumber Barons' has been done by Penny Warner of Banana Bay Imports who says "It's not quite done yet," Warner said, proudly. "We still have more to do."
Trisha Peters is the Banquet Manager. One of the banquet rooms overlooksthe Saginaw River with a beautiful view of the, River of Lights
. According to Peters, the banquet facility is the perfect setting for weddings, holiday parties and business conferences. Call Trisha at 891-0100 for reservations. Below:(Left)
Owner Art Dore with Penny Warner (Right)
Art Dore enjoying a cigar in the Popular Martini & Cigar Bar
This Banquet Room holds up to 275 not including the dance floor. It overlooks the River of Lights. (Right)
Matt Spaulding of Citadel Broadcasting says the changes made are "fantastic!"
Michael Wooley, (Attorney & 2nd Ward Commissioner) and his wife Magali. Mike says, "It's amazing and a nice re-development of the building. We love the martini & cigar bar."(Right)
Mike Buda, former Mayor of Bay City and Bill Hewitt, from W.S.G.W.
Buda exclaims, "Bay City needed this place; it's like the anchor of Historic Midland Street. Its great to see what Art did with the horse stables. The Stables are perfect forthe Cigar Room because it has the extra ventilation system that was needed for the stables. "
On the left is the newly-remodeled Martini Room. Penny Warner, who runs Banana Bay Imports
is responsible for much of the re-decorating. (Right)
Steve Lockey of C21 Lockey Real Estate, says "They've made the necessary changes to be successful"
This is just part of the beautifully displayed wine selection. (Right)
There is a wide variety of cigars available at the Martini & Cigar Bar
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