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York's White Rose Bar & Grill expands again

On the heels of a five-month facelift, the White Rose Bar
& Grill in downtown York
is expanding once more.

On the heels of a five-month facelift, the White Rose Bar
& Grill
in downtown York
is expanding once more.

Work began last month to build two larger rest rooms, a
waitress station, a cooling system and a garage storage area for the restaurant’s
catering services, said Tom Sibol, president of the White Rose. The project is a
result of the company’s growing clientele base following the renovations it completed
during the first half of the year, he said. Work is expected to be completed by
Thanksgiving.

“We’re really starting to grow so that’s why we feel the
need to increase our capacity,” Sibol said.

Between February and June, the White Rose elevated its
outdoor dining areas, brought in a third bar and cosmetically upgraded the
inside and outside of the facility. The project increased the restaurant’s
capacity from 280 to 300 seats. It also allowed the business to hire an
additional 20 people, bringing the total employee count to 62, Sibol said.

Sibol would not say how much was invested in either project.

“(The first project) came at a time when the economy was at
its worst,” he said. “I just felt there was a need to get aggressive and just
make the place cosmetically appealing for the person driving by to not drive by
but to stop.”

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