Welcome to Koehring's Grand Central House.
Built in 1892 as a hotel for "traveling gentlemen", it's currently home to a beautifully restored Victorian
restaurant. Our menu offerings are "old fashioned home-style" entrees ranging from steak to lobster with a
lighter fare menu available. Our full-service bar is a reproduction of the original hotel front desk. The second floor
offers intimate dining in several of the former hotel rooms. The 50 ft. high tower is also available for dining for
two. Koehring's Grand Central House offers a unique dining experience in a quaint, nostalgic atmosphere. We
invite you to visit our historic restaurant, browse, relax and enjoy a little taste of the past.
Wednesday - Saturday
4 pm to 9 pm
10 am - 1 pm
Closed Mondays and Tuesdays
will be Closed Mother's Day,
Father's Day, Memorial Day,
July 4th and Labor Day.
We will be happy to open additional hours for special parties. We never charge
a fee for use of the restaurant..
interesting note....On Sunday, October 30, 2011 the Midwestern Paranormal Investigative
Network did an investigation of the restaurant. They recently revealed their results to us and will be posting what
they found on their website: mpinetwork.wordpress.com. It was very intriguing and we totally enjoyed the experience. If you would like to see what
they found, we invite you to visit their website.
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