Share, , , Google Plus, Reddit, Pinterest, StumbleUpon


Posted in:

Farch Festival @ Century Grill

It’s good to see new festivals and events starting to come out of the woodwork… even during the winter season. Every week it seems as if there is a new announcement – some event being brought back after a long absence, or creative businesses getting together to offer fun-filled tours of their operations. They just keep coming, which means that we are kept busy.
Now I know that this weekend is the very popular Shamrock Run (held in the Old First Ward), but that’s not all. Downtown’s Century Grill has just announced that it is celebrating the transition of the months February and March. Yep, it’s called the Farch Festival and for $30 you’ll be able to eat and drink all that you want for $30. If you’ve never stepped inside the Century Grill, then you don’t know what you’ve been missing out on. Here’s an excerpt from a BRO article written by Brigitte Wagner-Ott. Click here to see the entire piece:
‘Spacious, yet warm and inviting’ come to mind to describe my initial impression of the restaurant with its 20-plus-foot-high ceilings and multi-level floor plan. The wainscoted walls alternate with softly painted areas, currently displaying the art of Rene Dietrich along with retro neon fixtures and antique beer trays. Up a few steps to the left of the entrance, the massive bar runs the length of the restaurant. The generously spaced tables in the center of the Century Grill form a long row. To the right, solid cherry booths offer exceptional privacy with backs high enough to completely divide one booth from the next. Above the booths, a balcony provides extra seating and great views of the bar below.
The Century Grill is really one of those places that has become indispensable to the ‘after work’ crowd. The building is impressive, as is the interior with all of the woodwork, the long bar and the cozy booths. This could be the perfect stop after the Shamrock Run… the Farch Festival runs from 7pm-10pm. The Century Grill is located at 320 Pearl Street.

Hide Comments
Show Comments