In 2000, the Chart House closed most locations in Connecticut and this property in Chester. This was a corporate decision, but the restaurant operation was busy enough to have former manager of the Chart House buy the property and run it as Sages Grill for many years until the Giannopoulos family turned it into Brushmill by the Waterfall. This property is well known, loved and remarkable. It is not uncommon for 2 hour waits on a weekend when the Norma Terris Theater has a show or the weather is conducive to just going out for dinner. The rustic beauty of the inside rooms that have amazing character, to the history on each and every wall will draw you in to want to explore the surroundings but also relax in its comfortable atmosphere. As you drive into the property across a small bridge you see the Pattaconk Brook and Waterfall, you park and walk across a covered footbridge, then you enter this 1900 building and admire the 1980 original chart house well maintained furniture. One particular standout is the bar in the lower level that was the Tool Bench for the Brushmill. Yes !! it even has the holes in it to hold the tools. The wood is still brilliant. Time stands still here. Food, Drink and Friends, you will just relish in the moment at this magnificent restaurant. Open from 4-9 daily, but also be early to enjoy the two brick patios. The roaring falls will please you as you await a good time inside. *See Lease Option: 170256978 Effective Year built 1976
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