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The Columbia Bar and Grille To Go Smoke Free On April 1

On April 1st, The Columbia Bar and Grille will join local eateries Molly Maguires, Iron Hill and Sly Fox Brewery and go smoke free throughout the restaurant.

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Mike2131 said…
Is The Moon Saloon next? Seriously, this is good news. Molly Maguire's and Iron Hill are smoke free. So is Sly Fox. Hopefully Ryan's Pub will be as well when it opens. The Columbia is a very nice place. I'm glad I can now go in there and not leave smelling like smoke.
Anonymous said…
Fantastic!
Fitzy31 said…
Unfortunately, I wouldn't bet on The Moon Saloon going non-smoking unless forced to do so.
I've been in Mollys several times where it DID smell like smoke until I realized it was all of the puffers on the deck - that patio smoking area is downright disgusting (former smoker saying this)!
Anonymous said…
Molly Maguire's has a nice thing going with that deck... especially on a pleasant day/evening. Until the smokers decide it's time to light up and head upstairs- nevermind the people who were already sitting out there eating their dinner in smoke-free peace.
Anonymous said…
the moon saloon is still open? who knew!
Anonymous said…
Great, another establishment we won't visit. We don't patronize any business which doesn't allow smoking.
Anonymous said…
anonymous 3/24/08 11:19 pm,

the rest of are thrilled that we won't have to smell your 'butts'!
Anonymous said…
Anonymous 3/24/08 11:19 pm,

Good. Stay at home. I don't want to be at the same restaurant as you anyway.
Anonymous said…
Good...another restaurant I WILL visit. I do not go to places that allow smoking. I am tired of having to put my clothes outside after a night out b/c they smell so bad.
Jools said…
Great! I can take my Mom's Night Out gals there now and we can kiss our kids goodnight when we get home without defumigating!

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