MADISONVILLE, KY (12/16/12)—Commerce in downtown Madisonville, KY has seen a gradual rise over the last year, and one local business has recently made their plans to expand public.
A popular destination for those seeking bistro-style cuisine, a variety of high-end brews, live music from area artists, and a modern, but welcoming atmosphere, The Crowded House “gastropub” has lived up to its name since opening at 26 W. Center Street over a year ago. As a result of their continued success, and with the hopes of bringing even more “flavor” to the city’s historic district, the downtown eatery will be expanding into a neighboring building at the beginning of 2013. Specifically, employees note that new dishes, drinks, and a larger area for entertainment will be added to the existing layout.
While their original location will be temporarily closed for renovations early next year, The Crowded House will be “satiating” their customers during the transition via several new and useful services.
Starting on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013, The Crowded House will offer both delivery and curbside service to customers from 10am-2:30pm (Tuesday-Friday). Whereas those ordering delivery are required to provide an address within city limits, curbside orders will be available for pick-up at the restaurant’s back door (adjacent to the US Bank and former Hopkins County Library parking lot). Both services will offer up soups, salads, and sandwiches included on The Crowded House’s menu, which can be found by clicking here.
When the services go into effect, customers can call (270) 825-1178 to place an order.
To stay updated on the latest details of the expansion, make sure to check out The Crowded House’s official Facebook page by clicking here.
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Written by Luke Short
Photo by Jeff Harp