Thursday, April 3, 2008

Grandview Tavern & Grille Now Open for Sunday Brunch

Eight months after its opening, the area’s newest restaurant, Grandview Tavern & Grille is changing its Sunday hours and will now offer brunch from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. every Sunday. Located at Paul Hemmer Companies’ popular Fort Mitchell Station (at the corner of Grandview Avenue and Beechwood Road), the lunch and dinner restaurant is buzzing with activity and, after listening to its customers, decided to open for brunch.

“Especially with warm weather coming, people want to slow down a little and enjoy a leisurely brunch on Sundays,” said Colleen Haws, owner of the neighborhood restaurant. “We will be offering a full buffet of gourmet items including an omelet station.” Both indoor and outdoor seating is available.

Offering a smoke-free environment on Sundays is something that will be attractive to families. “We’re a neighborhood restaurant and that includes children, so we will cater to them as well,” added Ms. Haws. The restaurant serves brunch until 2 p.m. Lunch and dinner is served Monday through Saturdays, 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Served buffet style, the brunch menu will include a variety of fresh items including fruit and a wide selection of salads and shrimp. In addition to the omelet station, eggs Benedict and roasted pork loin will be offered along with a variety of homemade desserts.

Grandview Tavern & Grille offers a wide variety on its menu including pastas, fresh fish, grilled steaks, gourmet pizzas, salads and its signature dish – a grilled flank steak. Outdoor dining is available during the warm seasons, and live music on the weekends is planned for the future. Homemade desserts are baked daily. Much of the menu is suited towards health conscious individuals and also includes conversation platters available in the tavern. The restaurant includes a 24-seat private dining room and provides catered lunches for the business community. The lunch menu features a variety of salads, soups and sandwiches as well as daily lunch specials.

Fort Mitchell Station, developed by Paul Hemmer Companies in 1990, is one of Northern Kentucky's most unique office and retail developments. Built with a railroad theme to reflect the occasional trains that pass nearby, Fort Mitchell Station is a highly visible office and neighborhood retail center in Ft. Mitchell. Located within sight of I-75 with easy access to the Interstate, Fort Mitchell Station actually is situated among trees at the quiet intersection of Grandview Drive and Beechwood Road in Ft. Mitchell. It is home to the new Supper Thyme USA, Hoxworth Blood Center, Vintage Salon & Spa, Better Bodies Fitness Center as well as numerous other service businesses.

Founded in 1982, Paul Hemmer Companies is one of the tri-state’s largest real estate development, building and construction services firms, with projects throughout the United States. Deloitte, The Cincinnati Enquirer and Cincinnati USA have ranked Paul Hemmer Companies the 57th largest and fastest growing privately held company in Greater Cincinnati. Paul Hemmer Companies was also named as the 2007 Small Business of the Year by Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber. Specializing in design/build industrial, commercial, and retail construction and real estate, Paul Hemmer Companies also offers site selection, tenant improvements and complete building care services. It has developed nearly l5 million sq. ft. of industrial, commercial and retail property. In 2006, Paul Hemmer Companies earned over $176 million in revenue among its more than 60 construction and development entities.

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