Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby rlsmaritime » Wed Mar 12, 2014 9:16 am

Montgomery location is still posted, both front entrance and rear entrance. Signs on front entrance appear to have been there for some time.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby schmieg » Wed Mar 12, 2014 1:23 pm

rlsmaritime wrote:Montgomery location is still posted, both front entrance and rear entrance. Signs on front entrance appear to have been there for some time.

Haven't been there for about a year, but there were no signs on the Montgomery Road entrance back then. There was a sign snuck down along ground level on the window next to the valet parking entrance though which I saw as I was leaving.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Wed Mar 12, 2014 2:52 pm

I never seem to run into owner Dean Gregory any more nowadays, or I'd have the conversation with him one more time. The trouble has been in part that Dean doesn't manage the Montgomery Road location, it is run by other family members as I understand. I do not know them well enough for such a chat. It did work with the Boathouse store.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby rlsmaritime » Wed Mar 12, 2014 7:45 pm

Original location in Montgomery is posted at both entrances.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Louis » Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:35 pm

Anyone know if Montgomery Inn in Montgomery (the original one) is still posted? Thanks!
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Thu Jan 18, 2018 2:46 pm

I gave up on the Montgomery location. Maybe a year ago it was still posted as described. How soon were you heading there, Louis? I will be in that general direction on Sunday, can swing by for a look if that helps. And if I don't forget..
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Louis » Thu Jan 18, 2018 3:03 pm

Thanks for the offer, Brian, but the event is this evening. I may just do a drive by this afternoon. Louis
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:11 pm

Please report back what you find. I can speak to Dean again, and maybe his brother Tom who runs the Montgomery location, if it's still posted.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Louis » Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:36 am

No sign on the Montgomery Road entrance that I could see. I did not get a chance to check the parking lot entrance in the back. We plan to go back again after not having been there in several years. We thought the food was a little better than at the Boathouse. Used to go to the Montgomery Road one several times a year until the signs.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Fri Jan 19, 2018 11:53 am

Thanks for the report, Louis.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:12 pm

I stopped at the original location in Montgomery today. Gunbuster signs gone from all entrances. I must not have been the only one who spoke to them about it through the years.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby djthomas » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:15 pm

Almost makes me want to head down I-71 for the four hour drive. Ah, the memories of being a college kid on a date with the lady blowing two weeks of computer lab monitor money on ribs and then heading over to the bar, buying a cigar and smoking it while drinking Ted's Pale Ale watching sports as the lady nursed a Coke. And then the lady driving home...
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby Brian D. » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:52 pm

djthomas wrote:Almost makes me want to head down I-71 for the four hour drive. Ah, the memories of being a college kid on a date with the lady blowing two weeks of computer lab monitor money on ribs and then heading over to the bar, buying a cigar and smoking it while drinking Ted's Pale Ale watching sports as the lady nursed a Coke. And then the lady driving home...


The cigar portion of that would now have to be done on the patio. Even at their northern Kentucky location, in Ft. Mitchell. No statewide indoor smoking ban in Kentucky as of yet, but that particular county has some restrictions.

Anyhow, I was glad to see that the original location finally followed the example of the Boathouse downtown by removing the gunbuster signs.
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Re: Montgomery Inn (Boathouse): Signs gone!

Postby schmieg » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:59 pm

djthomas wrote:Almost makes me want to head down I-71 for the four hour drive. Ah, the memories of being a college kid on a date with the lady blowing two weeks of computer lab monitor money on ribs and then heading over to the bar, buying a cigar and smoking it while drinking Ted's Pale Ale watching sports as the lady nursed a Coke. And then the lady driving home...

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