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Members of the Whitley County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor's Center staff, board and Ambassadors were present to celebrate the opening of The Restaurant By: Belle Haven in South Whitley recently.
Located at 105 South State Street in South Whitley, The Restaurant By: Belle Haven is the creation of owners Nathan Lowen and Cat Crance and their families. Drawing together many generations of experience in the restaurant and catering industry, The Restaurant By: Belle Haven is a venture that combines a gorgeous venue with incredible food. The menu features unique fare with fresh, locally sourced ingredients.
The Restaurant By: Belle Haven is open Tuesday-Saturday for lunch and dinner and open for brunch on Sundays. Their hours are 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 3 a.m. Friday, 1 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Saturday and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. They are closed on Monday.
To make reservations, send an instant message to By: Belle Haven on Facebook or call (260) 272-1061.
Attending the ceremony were, in front, from left, Chamber Ambassadors Scott Nguyen and Randy Hollar; Angie Dillon of By Belle Haven, Chamber Ambassador Chad Banks; Chamber board member Dennis Norris; Justin Lynch and Wes Davison of By Belle Haven, Jennifer Romano Chamber Executive Director, Nate Lowen, Naomie Lowen and Jody Lowen of By Belle Haven; Chamber ambassador Nancy Zummack; Catie Crance and Brandon Davis of By Belle Haven, Chamber ambassadors Cindy Doolittle and Ashley Martin; Teresa Carrano, Chamber board member; and Chamber Ambassador Lee Aumsbaugh; in back are Kieffer Keefer, Regan Blank, Lindsay Pilsner, Audree Ousley Chamber Ambassador, Kailynn Foftus, Andrea Bird, Josh Davison, Leslie Sheckler Chamber Ambassador, Jo Robertson, Chamber Ambassador; Alyana Bergmann, Carolyn Coverstone, Tessa Rostochak, Dee Fox, Marty Barry of By Belle Haven and Chamber Ambassadors Nancy Zummack, Don Clemens and Bryan Graham.