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Upcoming Events at the Columbia Bar & Grille

The Columbia Bar & Grille has a number of events planned between now and the end of the year:

Thanksgiving Eve: Wednesday the 23rd, join them upstairs with the cool jazz sounds of Hidden Treasure, from 7pm to 11pm. Enjoy meeting friends and family at the Columbia for a kick off of the holiday season.

Thanksgiving Day: Reservations are still being accepted for their Buffet Brunch served from 11 am to 3pm, featuring all of your Holiday favorites. $26.95 per adult, children 12 and under $12.95. Or join them for a Special Ala Carte Dinner served from 5pm to 9pm.

November 26th: join them for Piano Bar Upstairs from 7pm to 11pm featuring Dale McCauley. Drink & Dinner specials all night long.

Brunch with Santa, Saturday, December 10th: From 11 am to 2pm featuring a child friendly buffet. Each child will visit Mrs. Claus’s Gift Shoppe to select a Christmas Present for their parents. At 1 pm the Guest of Honor, Santa arrives to share the Holidays with their guests. Reservations are requested. Adults, $17.95, Children under 12, $10.95, Children 5 and under complimentary! For reservations please call 610-983-0300 or for online reservations visit www.columbiabarandgrille.com.

Christmas Eve Dinner: Join them for a special Holiday Ala Carte Dinner.

New Years Eve at the Columbia: Gala begins at 8pm featuring a 1 hour open bar and Hor D’ouvres, followed by a 4 course dinner. Dance the night away with Dale and Company. At 12 midnight enjoy a champagne toast and dessert buffet. $160 per couple.

Holiday Gift Certificates on Sale. Purchase up to $100 in gift certificates and receive an additional $20. Gift certificate. Offer expires on 12/23 and gift certificates must be redeemed by 02/21/12

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