New restaurant comes to Bromley

July 26, 2017 by  

The Keyhole Eatery & Dessert Bar will soon be opened by Chris and Tina Schivner in Bromley in a space that was once a bar recognizable by its sign in the shape of a keyhole.

The Schivners plan to make it a new type of eatery, so residents of nearby Southgate will likely want to check it out. They are looking to change the former image of the place and integrate it more into the community. Although the inside still has the bar, the rest has been completely renovated with light-colored walls and unique booths, and the door leading to the basement has become a hobbit door. Sitcoms from the 1940s and 1950s will be screened on two televisions.

Every table will have a checkers game, and the room in the rear will have a shelving unit with over 100 board games. An ice cream room is planned for the space behind the bar. There will also be tables on the outside patio and a small stage for weekend entertainment.

The food items on the menu will reflect the Greek, Italian, and German heritage of the area, and will include burgers, wraps, salads, and vegetarian selections.

Poster printing companies can be hired to help to announce the grand opening of the restaurant, which is expected before the end of the month.