Sunday, July 8, 2012

Open for business!

Photo credit: Ms. Noella Murphy

Hey, we've finally got the doors open!

It's been a  wild and crazy week, and we've loved every minute of it. We have amazing staff, families, and community behind us and they're doing us proud. We'll be opening again Tuesday at 5:30pm, so come on by for a drink. Hours for the coming week will be posted soon, and there is an Irish music session in the works, so check back here or the facebook page for updates!

Check out the awesome front page article from this week's Chronicle Herald! Click here.

The only minor setback to report is that the brewing aspect (one of the major focuses of this whole enterprise) has had to be put on hold for now. We couldn't fit the little SABCO into the kitchen's kiosk, so we're going to move it upstairs. The silver lining: a much more spacious and visit-friendly brewery, complete with tasting room, workshops, and maybe eventually a rooftop patio! Plus the kitchen has more room to do what they do best - pump out amazing, fresh local food!

Right now we've got house smoked salmon paté, PEI mussels, Pork Shop bangers & mash, Antigonish & Guysborough county beef for our steak and ale pie, Knoydart Farm's 1 yr old Double Gloucester cheese,  Easting's Bakery's organic kamut baguettes, greens and some early veggies from Seabright Gardens, and my mom's famous Polish Cheesecake on offer, among many other tasty treats...

If you've been in to visit we would love to hear about it, send us an e-mail or facebook message, or post a comment here.

If you haven't been in yet, we'd love to see you at The Townhouse soon!

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