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Thursday, November 07, 2019

The Globe Property Sold; Restaurant To Close At Month’s End

BERLIN – After 13 years in Berlin, The Globe will close its doors at the end of the month.

The Globe owner Jennifer Dawicki told employees Tuesday that the business would be closing its doors Nov. 30. Dawicki’s announcement came just as Burley Oak Brewery Company owner Bryan Brushmiller purchased the property from C&E Patton Family LLC.

“I have served the community, my staff, the public for 13 years,” Dawicki said. “It’s been mostly joyous and somewhat challenging but it’s time for me to transition.”

Though rumors regarding the future of the building and the business have been circulating through town in recent weeks, Brushmiller’s purchase of the property wasn’t official until Tuesday. He said he was approached earlier this fall by the property owner.

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7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Well, don't worry, when everyone moves away from your never ending tax hikes, how high are you willing to go on raising taxes for the ones who are left behind? It shows you how stupid and retarded you all are... It happens in communism, EVENTUALLY YOU RUN OUT OF OTHER PEOPLES MONEY, then what?????????

Anonymous said...

The property sold, that’s capitalism, Bunky.

Anonymous said...

I will miss The Globe. It was a real neighborhood pub. Perfect spot to take the fam to celebrate things like Honor Roll or after school band concerts. It never felt shady or weird, and the food was good. Money stayed in the community.

Anonymous said...

I think it would make " The best little whore house in Berlin".

Anonymous said...

Christ the way you all sound its getting knocked down to make condos....Bryan Bushmiller says he wants to keep it as it is....

Anonymous said...

Yes it is but your taxes are extremely high. If I am correct Berlin just raised their taxes again by a extreme amount to pay for infrastructure. She got out while the getting out is good. No future in Berlin if people can't afford to go to your business because of high taxes.

Anonymous said...

Beer sells on the Eastern Shore (no resturants - just bars.