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Brumley’s Closing Sept. 6-14 To Give Employees Break
GREENEVILLE, Tenn. –Brumley’s Restaurant, located in the historic General Morgan Inn, will temporarily close the week of Sept. 6-14, hotel management announced today. “Like everyone else in our industry, we are facing a staffing shortage and will be giving our employees that week off for a well-deserved break,” Bronson Winters, the hotel’s general manager, said. When Brumley’s reopens Sept. 14, the restaurant will debut its new fall dinner menu, Winters said. “We’re excited to welcome new seasonal dishes including grilled lamb chops, maple-seared scallops, pumpkin crème brulee, pecan pie, and a caramel apple bread pudding, to name just a few of the new fall flavors.” Brumley’s is open for dinner Tuesdays-Saturdays from 5-9 p.m. The restaurant currently is not accepting reservations. “While we focus on hiring more staff, we are switching to walk-in seatingonly to provide the very best dining experience for our guests,” Winters said. Meanwhile, Brumley’s is accepting applications for servers and dishwashers. Applicants can apply in person at the hotel’s Front Desk Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For more information, please call Brumley’s at 423.787.7500.
About the General Morgan Inn:
The General Morgan Inn offers 50 beautifully detailed guest rooms, a spacious Morgan Suite and a stylish executive apartment in historic Downtown Greeneville. The hotel boasts Brumley’s, an award-winning restaurant with three distinct dining rooms, and a lounge featuring a wide selection of quality cocktails and a Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiasts’ award-winning wine list. The restaurant is currently open for dinner, Tuesdays-Saturdays, 5-9 p.m. The hotel also has a Grand Ballroom and Garden Terrace, popular venues for corporate meetings, retreats and weddings.
The hotel, constructed in 1884, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a member of the Historic Hotels of America, the official program for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. For more information on the hotel, located at 111 N. Main St., go to http://www.generalmorganinn.com or call 423-787-1000.