Sophomore year is in full swing for the new management of Beverly on Main. Following a massive remodel to give the trendy restaurant a makeover a year ago, the company has grown their business to include a daily brunch, vegan menu, and a “waffles & wings” breakfast bar.
The ever-growing hotspot is unveiling its latest renovation on May 20, as they open their new patio. Drawing inspiration from a vintage speakeasy, the upscale patio will see custom wine/reserve liquor cabinets that compliment the brass-strewn bar.
Beverly on Main rose to prominence as Mabels on Main. It was a 1920’s themed Jazz lounge up until May 2016 when Valley entrepreneurs Bryan Peters and Eric Nugent gave the restaurant a facelift. While keeping a lot of the original speakeasy integrity of the original concept, modern art and brighter colors were infused with the original décor to give an updated vibe.
The long-time goal of the entrepreneurs is to give a contrast of two different atmospheres. They want the outside area to remain light, humorous, and upscale, while inside remains ominous, dark, and sexy.
New initiatives of the bar will see high-end liquor and wine selections, as well a bottle service that allows guests to finish their bottles on a later date. #ThursdaysUnplugged will see a slew of live musicians, while a rotation of DJs will host #ElectricNights on Fridays and Saturdays.
Beverly on Main is also available for private gatherings. A secret room on the premises comfortably seats up to 25 people. The intimate setting is perfect for bachelorette parties as well as company mixers. The ambiance is further enhanced by the room’s two-way mirror and classic bathroom.
Come join the Beverly on Main in celebrating its first year under new membership. To learn more about the establishment, visit BeverlyOnMain.com.