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Kettle & Keg To Host Grand Opening

The Kettle & Keg, located at 243 Lakeshore Drive East, Dunkirk, will celebrate a grand opening celebration from 5-7 p.m. Thursday. Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas is scheduled to attend the ribbon cutting.
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The Kettle & Keg, located at 243 Lakeshore Drive East, Dunkirk, will celebrate a grand opening celebration from 5-7 p.m. Thursday. Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas is scheduled to attend the ribbon cutting. Submitted photo

DUNKIRK — The Kettle & Keg is proud to announce its grand opening on Thursday from 5-7 p.m.

Established originally in the late 1970s as Dunkirk’s favorite local bar and restaurant, it is once again open for business with an updated decor and menu featuring some old local favorites. The Kettle and Keg has been a long-standing staple in the community, known for its Tuesday night wing night and Friday fish fry, which we continue to offer.

Dunkirk Mayor Willie Rosas will be in attendance for the ribbon cutting. The public is invited to the restaurant at 243 Lakeshore Drive East, Dunkirk. Attendees may register for a chance to win a $50 gift certificate and discount coupons for lunch will be handed out during the event. Free appetizers and drink specials will be offered during the grand opening.

Allan Steinberg, owner of Kettle and Keg, Rookies on the Lake, Stockton Hotel and Mad Hatter and More prides himself in providing a superb dining experience for his customers. The Kettle and Keg offers many dining options as well as a full-service bar.

In addition, Kettle and Keg launched their website, www.thekettleandkeg.com, which features the full menu. The Kettle and Keg can also be found on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

“We’re excited to bring back the Kettle and Keg,” Steinberg said. “We hope you will enjoy the light and quiet atmosphere of the new Kettle and Keg and all that we have to offer.”

The Kettle and Keg is open Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday 3 p.m. to 12 a.m., Tuesday and Wednesday 3-10 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11-12 a.m.

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