Kettle & Keg owner Allen Steinberg was joined by Dunkirk Chamber of Commerce Director David Kelparek, Mayor Willie Rosas, Common Council members and the community Thursday for the official grand re-opening of the restaurant and bar located at 243 Lake Shore Drive E. Steinberg renovated the restaurant from kitchen to dining room, adding new menu items, a happy hour and seven flat-screen TVs. Steinberg thanked Rosas and his staff and the community for their support. Rosas said as the most active investor in the city, the development department has worked closely with Steinberg and more success stories are expected to come out of that department. Second Ward Councilman Marty Bamonto and Fourth Ward Councilman Mike Civiletto remembered “The Keg” as a part of their past — for Civiletto as the neighbor to his father’s Quality Bakery — and welcomed the community back to the city landmark.
The Kettle and Keg Restaurant located at 243 Lake Shore Drive East in Dunkirk, NY, held a Grand Opening Thursday evening with several guests and dignitaries.
Owner Allan Steinburg, cut the ceremonial ribbon, flanked by many guests and local political figures, including Mayor Wilfred Rosas and his wife, Hector Rosas, City of Dunkirk Development team and Director of Development Robecca Yanus. Other Councilmen in attendance included Michael Civiletto, Don Williams and Marty Bamonto.
Food specials, raffles, drawings and appetizers highlighted the evening of celebration to one of Dunkirk’s newest businesses. The Restaurant opens at 3 pm on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday, and is open for lunch at 11 am on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Come down and check out the all new Kettle and Keg.