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Local Restaurant Celebrates Three Year Anniversary

June 11, 2009

A local restaurant is celebrating its three year anniversary on Saturday June 20th. The Carleton Grange Pub in Saint Francis is an English themed restaurant with a full menu of food and imported and domestic beers and wine. The restaurant is named after the halls of residence where owner, Eric Ellsworth resided while studying in London. Construction was completed on the Pub in May 2006, which occupies a former industrial building on Packard Avenue. Architect Craig Ellsworth renovated the entire 7,000 square foot concrete building, and added a large landscaped courtyard.

 

To celebrate and say thank you to their loyal guests, the Carleton Grange is holding a thank you party with a Pig Roast, Dart and Bags Toss Tournaments, and Live music through out the night, and prize giveaways. There is no cover charge for this event and it will take place Saturday June 20th starting at 12:00 PM and goes until close. For more information you can contact the Carleton Grange Pub at 414-747-9669.

 

CARLETON GRANGE PUB

3 Year Anniversary Party

Saturday June 20th

 

Dart Tournament 12:30PM - In the Churchill Room

301- Double Elimination with

Luck of the draw partners

 

Bags Toss Tournament 2:30 PM -

Outside in the Beer Garden

Double Elimination - Teams of Two

 

Live Music Starting at 5:30 PM

Jude Kinnear @ 5:30 followed by The Tyler Trayband Band @ 8:30!

 

Great Prizes, Music, and Food and Drink Specials including our Great Pig Roast Available After 2 PM!

 

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