Conjuring 1920’s Glam, SunnyBrook Ballroom to Reopen as Gatsby’s
The new restaurant and lounge set to throw open its doors in early March at the famed SunnyBrook Ballroom will treat Chester County to an everyday style of the ritz and glamor of Jay Gatsby.
Gatsby’s, the new 1920s-themed casual dining destination created by the Gulati family of Stokesay Castle renown, is meant to become a gathering place featuring “hand-crafted cocktails using fresh, unique ingredients and a specialty flambé and crepe station,” according to a Daily Local News report by Donna Rovins.
“It is very exciting to finally see the blueprints and plans that everyone has been working extremely hard on come to fruition,” Sunnybrook LLC President Charles Gulati said in the article. “We have been working diligently on executing a trendy, unique atmosphere where our future patrons can relax and enjoy themselves.”
It’s a focal point of the ballroom’s new 15,000-square-foot wing that also houses additional banquet and meeting space, a new kitchen and a wedding garden, and it’s styled in line with SunnyBrook’s decades-long Big Band legacy.
The $3 million effort is a year in the making, and it’s almost ready to celebrate.
Read more about the transformation and the luxurious new Gatsby’s restaurant in the Daily Local News here, then check back on VISTA Today’s early coverage of the project here.
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