Thursday, November 26, 2020

Meet New King & Queen Of Shawnee Castle

Tribute to the golden ghetto good life persists as we share this glimpse at promo hype for this upscale suburban plan that probably won't work amid worsening harsh times.

Take a peek . . .

Historic Caenen Castle in Shawnee reopens as a restaurant, farm winery outlet

After three years of standing vacant, Caenen Castle in Shawnee has reopened under new ownership as a farm winery outlet and restaurant. Carla and Daniel Dyer became owners of the historic building in September 2019. After extensive restorative work and renovations, they have turned the space into a farm winery outlet located in a restaurant.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Farm" Like "ranch " , usually is far from it. It usually means ex accountant/ new business owner and life time urbanite "thinks" that is what farm life is.

Anonymous said...

Not interested in anything that shirt tucker is selling.

Anonymous said...

Hasn't that place failed at everything that has gone in there?

Anonymous said...

This is an example of white privilidge. Everything the crazy lefties on these blogs complains about. Money good, no, bad if not mine.

Bandit said...

A restaurant should do well with all the shutdown crap and zombie cootie virus bedwetting. Money well spent dummies. 😏🍿

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- WHINE AND DINE

During restoration efforts, the new castle owners oddly found the walls had been packed with suppositories!!!