Home Carrollton Rome Restaurant Opened for 80 Years Now Closed

Rome Restaurant Opened for 80 Years Now Closed

Partridge
Steve Hill

– UPDATE : From the Rome News and Tribune : Founder’s daughter to re-open Partridge Restaurant, go back to traditional Southern menu. More details http://bit.ly/1FxruOx

 

Past Story :

My brother, David Dockery currently lives in Rome, GA with his wife Maegan Dockery and we have all been frequent guests to the Partridge Restaurant on multiple occasions. The unique restaurant moved to this location off 330 Broad Street in 1962 from the original spot at 600 Broad Street, which is now a parking deck for Wells Fargo Bank. The Partridge Restaurant opened in 1933 during the Great Depression by John E. Jacobs. It was a family business. The restaurant has been featured in many newspapers and visited by celebrities and presidents. The closure which according to patron Steve Hill happened sometime on Friday, June 12th. Their Facebook page no longer exists as well. A fantastic website in the Rome area that keeps the community updated featured this particular closure. You can read more by clicking here  and see pictures. It remains unclear what the future holds for this historic restaurant.

 

Picture sent in from Doug Hayden with credit to Steve Hill

 

 

Previous articleUpdate: Long Island Ink Opens on Douglas Blvd
Next articleCoweta County School System’s application to become an IE2 system approved by state board
Entrepreneur and community leader, Jonathan is the founder of The City Menus. Through his business he embraces his passion for community and small businesses. In his spare time he travels the country finding breathtaking landscapes, unique city murals, and tons of great food. Each of his travels bring him inspiration for another adventure.