Greensburg Train Station to get new restaurant
The Greensburg Train Station is scheduled to have a new restaurant in June featuring a trendy bar, pub style menus, local and seasonal beers and a dining area with an upscale farm-to-table menu, Train Station owner Westmoreland Cultural Trust said Thursday.
The Supper Club will replace the Red Star Brewery & Agave Grille, which closed Wednesday when its lease expired. It had opened as a brewpub and restaurant in the renovated building in October 1998.
The new restaurant will be operated by the principals of McAndrews Restaurants Inc.: Debra Driggers of Laughlintown, John McKeever of Philadelphia and Fred Andrews of Dallas, Texas. Greg Andrews and Ashlee Andrews, co-owners of the Spitfire Grille in South Greensburg, will be employees. Greg Andrews will be executive chef and Ashlee Andrews will be general manager.
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