Monday, June 23, 2014
610 Beaver Midland Road, Beaver, PA 15009
This is a destination restaurant location if there ever was one. Beautifully restored and renovated Historic Landmark is one of ten original lock buildings built along the Ohio River between 1892 and 1904. The "crow's nest" party room at the top of the building rented at a premium for the privacy and outstanding river views. A dock allows for boat patrons as well as "landlubbers!" An existing period house on the property could be renovated for offices or B & B. There is a full kitchen; wine cellar in the lower level; and two dining rooms feature large windows and outstanding river views. Ample parking for up to 75 cars.
Easily found--I-376 to Midland exit (68W). Property on left. Centrally located in Beaver County, PA, the location of Royal Dutch Shell's proposed ethane cracker plant. 20 minutes from Greater Pittsburgh International Airport.
Beautiful restaurant and bar located on the Ohio River with a truly unique atmosphere and dining experience. From the amazing riverfront view and the usable boat docks for 15+ boats to the gorgeous preservation of the historical integrity of the building, this establishment easily sets itself apart from other restaurants. Patrons can choose to visit the indoor bar or outdoor bar and can also dine inside or outside as well. Also offers in-house catering for banquets and private party dining options. Business is available with or without the real estate.
Great location overlooking the Ohio River. The restaurant has its own parking lot and boat docking for approximately 15+ boats.
Posted by Diana at Monday, June 23, 2014