Fine Dining


Debbie Miller March 23, 2016

The 1938 Pub was born out of a need for a less formal dining experience and fun light atmosphere. After a relaxing getaway to the Bourbon country of Kentucky the owners, along with neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Walter they noticed the wine barrels were no longer being used. They brought them home and re-cycled the barrels as the wall decoration of The 1938 Pub, which was designed to be as “green” as possible. For instance, the floors are recycled porcelain tiles from Italy and the red oak bar is made from reclaimed barn wood from an Amish farm.  The dining room fireplace was opened up to form a two-sided wood burning fireplace while the patio, located right outside the pub area, was designed for relaxation with a state sanctioned corn hole tournament area and fire pit.