The new restaurant at the Millersville, Pa., club will host an official grand opening in June. The eatery, formerly Crossgates Grill & Pub, has been fully renovated and features an “upscale casual” menu that includes gluten-free and vegetarian options.
Last week, Brad Beamenderfer and business partner Kyle Ulmer held a soft opening for Copper Hill Public House at Crossgates Golf Club in Millersville, Pa., Lancaster (Pa.) Online reported.
A mid June grand opening is planned for the restaurant, formerly known as Crossgates Grill & Pub, Online reported.
“Once word got out that we totally redid (the interior), that got people excited. It looks totally new in here,” said Beamenderfer. “People are going to be really impressed with all the changes. It’s a new place now. We didn’t just slap a new sign on the door and open up.”
Among the changes that will greet patrons are new flooring, paint, furniture, booths, bar top, linens and tableware. Some new kitchen equipment was added too. The project’s cost is undisclosed, Online reported.
The menu at the “upscale casual” restaurant will feature sandwiches, wraps, burgers, small plates and a half-dozen entrees, including shrimp and grits, fish and chips, crab cakes, seared tuna and steak. Sandwiches will be in the $8-12 range while entrees will range in price from $14 to $22. Gluten-free and vegetarian options will be offered too, Online reported.
Staffed by about 25 employees, Copper Hill will have 100 seats inside, 40 to 50 seats on a patio and 140 seats in a pavilion for private events, Online reported.
Beamenderfer and Ulmer, both in their early 30s, have worked in restaurants for years. Most recently they worked at Fat Pigs at the Brickyard. There, Ulmer was the general manager and Beamenderfer was executive chef, Online reported.