The Hope and Glory Inn, 65 Tavern Road, Irvington, recently announced a new fine dining option.
COVID-19 protocol calls for larger spaces, especially for dining, and Hope and Glory owner Peggy Patteson has created that—and, with sophistication and style, she said.
“Irvington has a new dining option, and we are opening it up to our neighbors, friends, guests and visitors on Valentine’s Day weekend,” said Patteson.
“We call it The Colonnade because dinners at the Hope and Glory are relocated to this hotel’s majestic and grand 1300-square-foot lobby with its 10-foot ceilings and 10 Doric columns that bring harmony, beauty and unity to this room surrounded by its big windows and glass doors,” she said. “Add to that a grand staircase that….
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