The Chippery was taken down this weekend to make way for a new Chippery later this year.
The Chippery in Fanwood was torn down this weekend, but will be replaced with a new Chippery later this year, according to the Borough of Fanwood's Website. The website states that the new restaurant will be built in Pennsylvania and transported to Fanwood via a flatbed truck. Also, owner Brian Walter, co-owner of Oh' Brian's Pourhouse, is planning that the new Chippery will include plenty of seating and a more extensive menu. At the Fanwood Council Meeting on Feb. 5, it was announced that the prefabbed Chippery will be installed on March, 1. For more photos of the demolition visit the Borough's Facebook page. Check back with scotchplains.patch.com as plans for the new Chippery move forward.
Ribbon cutting ceremony on September 24th
At Tuesday evening's council meeting, the council approved the special use permit for Darby Road Public House and Restaurant. During the summer, Patch covered the naming of Darby Road and story behind the group of high school friends who's idea it was to open the location. Proprietor Mike Brennan attended the council meeting to address any questions and show the plans of the restaurant plus its outdoor seating section. On Monday between 5p.m. and 8p.m. Darby Road will hold an opening ceremony, opened to town officials, friends and family, featuring cocktails and hors d'ouveres, with an official ribbon cutting at 6:30 p.m. The official open to the public date for Darby Road wil be Wednesday September 26th. Brennan noted the hours of Darby …