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UPDATE: Boston Beanery Opens for Catering at Bel Meadow Golf Club

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The Boston Beanery's newest location in Harrison County is partly up and running.

The location at Bel Meadow Golf Club now has the banquet hall open where the Beanery is catering parties and weddings.

Next up the actual restaurant will be open, in the old pro shop.

Co-owner of Bel Meadow, Randy Workman, said they hope to have it open by January.

"Probably around January 1st we'll have a limited menu. We'll probably end up serving somewhere between 100 and 130 people can be seated in here at one time. We'll go to a full Beanery sometime around St. Patrick's Day is what we're shooting for," said Workman.

In addition to all of the new additions and improvements being made for the Boston Beanery there are also improvements being made to the golf course.

Workman said the pro shop will be moved to the downstairs of the banquet hall, and there will be a tournament held on Black Friday.

Workman said they have also hired new workers who are making the course better than ever.

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The Boston Beanery has seven locations in Virginia, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, and soon it will open an eighth location at the Bel Meadow Golf Club.

The owners of the Boston Beanery said the club's old Pro Shop is the perfect location for a new restaurant.

"We don't really look at ourselves as a chain restaurant; we really try to be the local restaurant in every market we operate. In doing that we look for unique locations that add more to the dining experience rather than just dining," said Ken Cole.

Cole and his wife Vickie said that the restaurant has a lot of good food to offer the area.

"We have a lot of wonderful food. We have our haddock which is so delicious, our pizzas are amazing too. A lot of people like to come for the pizzas," said Vickie Cole.

Carmen Romano was one of the first owners of Bel Meadow along with Frank Gentilozi and Ed Spatafore. Romano said the Boston Beanery will help the course.

"It's still a top notch golf course with the layout, but it needs some improvements right now. I think the Boston Beanery going in here it will be an attraction for this area," Romano said.

Randy Workman is a future co-owner of Bel Meadow, along with Ken Cole. He said the Boston Beanery will be a good addition to the course.

"It's going to be a relationship that will help each other. I believe the golf course will help the Boston Beanery, and I think the Boston Beanery will help the golf course," Workman said.

The Cole's said they hope to open the Boston Beanery for catering purposes by November.