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Hall's Restaurants Add Tasty Offerings To City's Cultural Scene

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Tim Hall (on the right) with his dad, Bud, after successfully moving the Cambray building to its temporary location.

Hall's Restaurants are movers and shakers on the downtown cultural scene this season, with the relocation of the historic Cambray building to make way for riverfront develoment, and a trendy new downtown eatery.

The Philmore on Broadway is also seeing a fresh new focus on dining, arts and entertainment under the Hall's family's management. One addition, a monthly Supper Club Series, will be premiering on Valentine's Day.

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Carrie Riepenhoff is proud to be a part of the unique and meaninful experiences Hall's Restaurants share with the community.

After more than 70 years in the business, the Hall's family, and its employees continue to cultivate a growing relationship with the community, and are proud of the unique and lasting dining experiences they bring to the city's cultural scene.

For a taste of what's in store with these latest additions, WBOI's Julia Meek invited one of the owners, Tim Hall, and Carrie Riepenhoff,  manager with Hall's Catering Services, into the studio to discuss the scope of the projects, and the passion behind them.

You can follow the progress of the Cambray building and other Hall's Restaurant activities at the company's Facebook page.

A Fort Wayne native, Julia is a radio host, graphic artist, and community volunteer, who has contributed to NIPR both on- and off-air for forty years. Besides being WBOI's arts & culture reporter, she currently co-produces and hosts Folktales and Meet the Music.
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