Max & Erma’s rolls out its new look tonight

   May 16, 2013 12:49 pm

 

A grand re-opening is planned for tonight at Max & Erma’s, the restaurant at 2078 Interchange Road, that underwent renovations two weeks ago.
The festivities – including performances by the Fort LeBoeuf High School Jazz Band, the Jon Sedelmyer & Rob Gibson Band and a magician — begin at 5 p.m., with a ribbon cutting planned for 6 p.m.
Among the evening’s activities are beer tastings by Lavery Brewing and Erie Brewing, and complimentary appetizers.
The new restaurant features a new “date-night section” where the front porch used to be. The lighting has been changed, and the chairs have been replaced by seats that allow couples to sit together. A fireplace has been added to separate the date-night seating area from the larger dining room. Among other changes: more seating in the bar and more local beers.
The menu has also been tweaked to include three salads, including the once popular Hula Bowl Salad, and two new burgers.
Max and Erma’s has been in Erie for 11 years. It employs 50 to 55 people
“It has been one of our best (performers) for a long time,” said Steve Weis, president of Max & Erma’s.

 

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