Taphouse Bar & Grill Held Crawfish & Shrimp Boil Open House

The Taphouse Bar & Grill, located behind the Lone Tree Motor Inn, 900 S. Central Ave., Sidney, had an open house.Saturday, June 17.

On Feb. 1, Ron Sorenson, his wife Sherry, their son Brent, and his wife Heather, Sidney, joined together and bought the Taphouse Bar & Grill.

The family-owned business had a crawfish and shrimp boil with corn on the cob, boiled potatoes, and assorted salads. There will also burgers and brats for those not up for shellfish. Along with the limited menu, the Taphouse had all their regular drinks.

The crawfish, shrimp, corn, and potatoes were cooked onsite, outside where patrons could watch.

On April 1 they were open to serve food, but wanted to wait until the weather got warmer before having the open house. Heather said, “This used to be a place we liked to come to once a week. We’d kinda like to see it go back to the way it was when we came.” Sherry said, “We’d like to see it go back to like it was when it was the Regal Eagle. A place families can come to.”

The Taphouse owners and staff are happy to see their regular patrons and maybe a few more. For more information visit the Taphouse Bar & Grill Facebook page or stop in at 900 ½ S. Central Ave., behind the Lone Tree Inn.


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